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November 14 2014

R.I.P. Alexander Grothendieck
(28 March 1928 – 13 November 2014).
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November 04 2014

Sir Henry Billingsley (ed.): The Elements by Euclid, London 1570.
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"It is related of the Socratic philosopher Aristippus that, being shipwrecked and cast ashore on the coast of the Rhodians, he observed geometrical figures drawn thereon, and cried out to his companions: "Let us be of good cheer, for I see the traces of man." With that he made for the city of Rhodes, and went straight to the gymnasium. There he fell to discussing philosophical subjects, and presents were bestowed upon him, so that he could not only fit himself out, but could also provide those who accompanied him with clothing and all other necessaries of life. When his companions wished to return to their country, and asked him what message he wished them to carry home, he bade them say this: that children ought to be provided with property and resources of a kind that could swim with them even out of a shipwreck."
(Vitruvius: De architectura, Book VI)
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