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CATEGORIES:C.U. Ethics in Mathematics Society (CUEiMS)
SUMMARY:Ethics for the working mathematician\, seminar 2:
The allure of mathematics. - Maurice Chiodo (Unive
rsity of Cambridge)
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URL:http://talks.cam.ac.uk/talk/index/93511
DESCRIPTION:What motivates us as mathematicians? Ours is one o
f the few professions where we enjoy our job so mu
ch that we'd probably do it for free. Our dedicati
on and determination to solve mathematical problem
s is one of our greatest strengths\, but can also
be our undoing. Our ability for extreme focus is a
double-edged sword\; on the one hand it makes us
excellent problem solvers\, on the other hand it r
estricts our capacity to see the broader implicati
ons and consequences of our work.
LOCATION:MR3\, Centre for Mathematical Sciences
CONTACT:Maurice Chiodo
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