huariqueje: “ Portrait of a Young Lady - Hans Hermann Weyl 1910 German b.1863- d.? ”

huariqueje: “ Portrait of a Young Lady - Hans Hermann Weyl 1910 German b.1863- d.? ”

Expression and shape mean almost more to me than knowledge itself”. He was unusual among scientists and mathematicians of his time in being attracted to idealist philosophy: his idealist leanings can be seen particularly in his work on the foundations of mathematics.Photo of Hermann Weyl

Expression and shape mean almost more to me than knowledge itself”. He was unusual among scientists and mathematicians of his time in being attracted to idealist philosophy: his idealist leanings can be seen particularly in his work on the foundations of mathematics.Photo of Hermann Weyl

Quantum Mechanics Is Putting Human Identity on Trial If our particles have no identity, how can we?

Quantum Mechanics Is Putting Human Identity on Trial If our particles have no identity, how can we?

Hermann Weyl quotes quotations and aphorisms from OpenQuotes #quotes #quotations #aphorisms #openquotes #citation

Hermann Weyl quotes quotations and aphorisms from OpenQuotes #quotes #quotations #aphorisms #openquotes #citation

“Even in principle, one cannot demand an alibi of an electron!”Hermann Weyl, The Theory of Groups and Quantum Mechanics (1950)…

“Even in principle, one cannot demand an alibi of an electron!”Hermann Weyl, The Theory of Groups and Quantum Mechanics (1950)…

Symmetry (Reprint) (Paperback) (Hermann Weyl)

Symmetry (Reprint) (Paperback) (Hermann Weyl)

Portrait of a Young Lady - Hans Hermann Weyl  1910

Portrait of a Young Lady - Hans Hermann Weyl 1910

Groups and Analysis: The Legacy of Hermann Weyl

Groups and Analysis: The Legacy of Hermann Weyl (Paperback)

Groups and Analysis: The Legacy of Hermann Weyl

weylmann.com - Hermann Weyl

weylmann.com - Hermann Weyl

(Mathhombre) Miscellanea : My work always tried to unite the true with the beautiful, but when I had to choose… I usually chose the beautiful. ~ Hermann Weyl

(Mathhombre) Miscellanea : My work always tried to unite the true with the beautiful, but when I had to choose… I usually chose the beautiful. ~ Hermann Weyl

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