William Rowan Hamilton Quote

Each mathematician for himself, and not anyone for any other, not even all for one, must tread that more than royal road which leads to the palace and sanctuary of mathematical truth.


Report of the Fifth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Address by Sir William Hamilton (p. xliii)

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Each mathematician for himself, and not anyone for any other, not even all for one, must tread that more than royal road which leads to the palace...

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Each mathematician for himself, and not anyone for any other, not even all for one, must tread that more than royal road which leads to the palace...

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Each mathematician for himself, and not anyone for any other, not even all for one, must tread that more than royal road which leads to the palace...

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Each mathematician for himself, and not anyone for any other, not even all for one, must tread that more than royal road which leads to the palace...