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Hamilton, J.W. (2003). Mathematics and the Quest for Certainty: Some Psychoanalytic Observations. Free Associations, 10(2):236-244.

(2003). Free Associations, 10(2):236-244

Mathematics and the Quest for Certainty: Some Psychoanalytic Observations

James W. Hamilton

This paper will address questions related to the selection and pursuit of mathematics as a profession, from a psychoanalytic perspective, with reference to Paul Erdos and Bertrand Russell.

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