Jacob T. Schwartz Quote

Whatever one may think about engineers, one must admit they write clearly, to the point, and engagingly. They have realized long ago that if you wish the reader to follow rather than decipher, the linear deductive technique of exposition is the worst.


Discrete Thoughts: Essays on Mathematics, Science, and Philosophy, Chapter One (p. 2)

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Whatever one may think about engineers, one must admit they write clearly, to the point, and engagingly. They have realized long ago that if you wish ...

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Whatever one may think about engineers, one must admit they write clearly, to the point, and engagingly. They have realized long ago that if you wish ...

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Whatever one may think about engineers, one must admit they write clearly, to the point, and engagingly. They have realized long ago that if you wish ...

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Whatever one may think about engineers, one must admit they write clearly, to the point, and engagingly. They have realized long ago that if you wish ...