fasting is dope religious or not religious.

see you in 40 days we somethin

i am interested in mathematics only as a creative art.

gitanes & rosé

gitanes & rosé

If you understand this, you’re a genius because I don’t understand it and I wrote it.

The problems in the exam will probably be the ones from this sheet. Or a linear combination of them.

there can be no happiness if what we believe is different then what we do homie

c’est la lassitude de vivre, le mépris de l’époque présente , le regret d’un autre temps aperçu à travers l’illusion de l’art , le goût du paradoxe , le besoin de singulariser , une aspiration de raffinés vers la simplicité , l’adoration enfantine du merveilleux , la séduction maladive de la rêverie , l’ébranlement des nerfs-surtout l’appel exaspéré de sensualité,

mathematics is the art of giving the same name to different things.

If geometry were an experimental science, it would not be an exact science. it would be subject to continual revision … the geometrical axioms are therefore neither synthetic a priori intuitions nor experimental facts. They are conventions. Our choice among all possible conventions is guided by experimental facts; but it remains free, and is only limited by the necessity of avoiding every contradiction, and thus it is that postulates may remain rigorously true even when the experimental laws which have determined their adoption are only approximate. In other words the axioms of geometry (I do not speak of those of arithmetic) are only definitions in disguise. What then are we to think of the question: Is Euclidean geometry true? It has no meaning. We might as well ask if the metric system is true and if the old weights and measures are false; if Cartesian coordinates are true and polar coordinates are false. One geometry cannot be more true than another; it can only be more convenient.

morality