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[In a text that has become an instant favorite among physicists and mathematicians alike, Eugene P. Wigner expressed his sense of wonder at “the enormous usefulness of mathematics in the natural sciences,” which he likened to “something bordering on the mysterious.”]
[In the nineteenth century, critical comments against the eighteenth century Kantian turn to Anschauung in mathematical science emerged. Immanuel Kant’s concept of intuition (Anschauung) guaranteed mathematics’ ontological relevance when referring to the world. This was particularly the case as...
[KK: You will probably know this famous quote by Walther von Dyck from 1929: “To show the essence, content, and aims of mathematical research in its entirety cannot be the task of a museum.”]
[Mathematically, the program [SURFER] visualizes real algebraic geometry in real-time.]
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