Barry Mazur

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If we are to believe that ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle, the early Pythagorean thought that the principle governing Numbers are "the principles of all things," the concept of Number being more basic than earth, air, fire, or water, which were according to ancient tradition the four building blocks of matter. To think about Number is to get close to the architecture of "what is."

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