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Topic: [math-learn] What Mathematicians Might Learn From Physicists: Response to
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Ed Wall

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Re: [math-learn] What Mathematicians Might Learn From Physicists: Response to Hansen
Posted: Aug 19, 2012 3:58 PM
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Ze'ev

Spared! (smile)

Ed Wall

On Aug 19, 2012, at 3:22 PM, Ze'ev Wurman wrote:

> "self-referential"? How often do I quote myself, as Hake incessantly
> does? Spare me that, at least (smile).
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> On 8/19/2012 11:46 AM, Ed Wall wrote:

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>> I normally try to avoid responding to Ze'ev's post as they often tend
>> to be "tediously repetitive, self-referential, and empty of useful
>> content." However, I do admit they have one redeeming quality; i.e.
>> they are not spread far and wide. So, I have a suggestion: Stop!
>>
>> Ed Wall
>>

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