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I do not hesitate that mathematics deserves to be cultivated for their own sake, and that the theories inapplicable to physics should be so as well
as others. Even if the physical aim and the esthetic aim were not united, we ought not to sacrifice either. But more: the two aims are inseparable and the best means of attaining one is to aim at the other, or at least never to lose sight of it."

H. Poincaré, 1907, Chapter V, Pop. Sci. Month.


                                                                  


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