Henri Poincaré Quote

All that we can hope from these inspirations, which are the fruits of unconscious work, is to obtain points of departure for such calculations. As for the calculations themselves, they must be made in the second period of conscious work which follows the inspiration, and in which the results of the inspiration are verified and the consequences deduced.


The Value of Science: Essential Writings of Henri Poincare (ed. Modern Library, 2012) - ISBN: 9780307824066

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All that we can hope from these inspirations, which are the fruits of unconscious work, is to obtain points of departure for such calculations. As...

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All that we can hope from these inspirations, which are the fruits of unconscious work, is to obtain points of departure for such calculations. As...

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All that we can hope from these inspirations, which are the fruits of unconscious work, is to obtain points of departure for such calculations. As...

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All that we can hope from these inspirations, which are the fruits of unconscious work, is to obtain points of departure for such calculations. As...