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29/01/2011 - 09:01 von WM | Report spam
Krieg der Frösche und der Màuse (58)

The correspondence of Blumenthal, Bohr, and Courant shows an unlimited
loyalty to Hilbert, which it would be unjust to ascribe to Hilbert's
state of health alone. {{Zumindest hat sich "Hilbert's unfortunate
health situation" in einer seine Plàne unterstützenden Weise
bemerkbar gemacht, wie fast alle Briefe der "Göttinger" an Einstein
zeigen.}}

Hilbert's brief note had triggered a development that would have
greatly surprised him. He had dismissed an associate editor, and that
was it. The idea that he had to justify his decision would not have
crossed his mind. For Brouwer, on the other hand, it was unthinkable
that one could fire an editor just because of an "incompatibility of
fundamental views". In particular, since the formulation allowed only
one interpretation: "no intuitionist on my board", Brouwer had every
right to be upset.

[Dirk van Dalen: "Mystic, Geometer, and Intuitionist: The Life of
L.E.J. Brouwer, Vol. 2", Clarendon Press, Oxford (2005)]

{{Einstein wird nun mit Briefen aus Göttinge geradezu bombardiert:
Neben mehreren Briefen von Hilbert erhàlt er Post von Carathéodory,
Born, Franck und Courant}}

Carathéodory sought Einstein's advice. In a letter of 16 October he
wrote "It is my opinion that a letter, as conceived by Hilbert, cannot
possibly be sent off. [...] Brouwer is one of the foremost
mathematicians of our time and of all the editors he has done most for
the M.A."

[Dirk van Dalen, "The War of the Frogs and the Mice", The Mathematical
Intelligencer 12,4 (1990) 17-31]

Gruß, WM
 

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#1 Anonym
29/01/2011 - 11:55 | Warnen spam
Verdammt noch mal, "historische Politics" interessieren hier keine Sau.

Es geht in dieser Gruppe nicht um Hilberts Verdauungsprobleme oder
Einsteins Erektionsschwierigkeiten, es geht um Mathematik.

Wenn Du dazu etwas vorzutragen hast, dann tue das.

Und wenn Du dazu nichts vorzutragen hast, dann halt doch einfach den Mund!

Offenbar hast Du an der FH Augsburg Tagesfreizeit, Kommst Du Deinem
Lehrdeputat eigentlich überhaupt noch nach? Oder bist Du, z.B. wegen
mutmaßlicher Usenetsucht (es geht die Rede, es seien Menschen deswegen
in Behandlung) làngst dienstunfàhig?

DB,
einmal mehr die Meinung vertretend, daß hier die Leitung der FH Augsburg
eingeschaltet gehört.



WM wrote:
Krieg der Frösche und der Màuse (58)

The correspondence of Blumenthal, Bohr, and Courant shows an unlimited
loyalty to Hilbert, which it would be unjust to ascribe to Hilbert's
state of health alone. {{Zumindest hat sich "Hilbert's unfortunate
health situation" in einer seine Plàne unterstützenden Weise
bemerkbar gemacht, wie fast alle Briefe der "Göttinger" an Einstein
zeigen.}}

Hilbert's brief note had triggered a development that would have
greatly surprised him. He had dismissed an associate editor, and that
was it. The idea that he had to justify his decision would not have
crossed his mind. For Brouwer, on the other hand, it was unthinkable
that one could fire an editor just because of an "incompatibility of
fundamental views". In particular, since the formulation allowed only
one interpretation: "no intuitionist on my board", Brouwer had every
right to be upset.

[Dirk van Dalen: "Mystic, Geometer, and Intuitionist: The Life of
L.E.J. Brouwer, Vol. 2", Clarendon Press, Oxford (2005)]

{{Einstein wird nun mit Briefen aus Göttinge geradezu bombardiert:
Neben mehreren Briefen von Hilbert erhàlt er Post von Carathéodory,
Born, Franck und Courant}}

Carathéodory sought Einstein's advice. In a letter of 16 October he
wrote "It is my opinion that a letter, as conceived by Hilbert, cannot
possibly be sent off. [...] Brouwer is one of the foremost
mathematicians of our time and of all the editors he has done most for
the M.A."

[Dirk van Dalen, "The War of the Frogs and the Mice", The Mathematical
Intelligencer 12,4 (1990) 17-31]

Gruß, WM

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