David Hilbert: The Architect of Modern Mathematics

“In July 1915, Albert Einstein paid a visit to the University of Gรถttingen (Germany) on the invitation of the mathematician David Hilbert (1862-1943). It was a fruitful encounter for both men that continued over the following months with an intense scientific correspondence. Einstein described that period as the most exhausting and stimulating of his entire life, the result of which was a series of studies and articles, authored by one or the other scientist, in which they formulated the equations of the gravitational field of the General Theory of Relativity (GTR)…

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David Hilbert: The Architect of Modern Mathematics.

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“The further a mathematical
theory is developed, the more
harmoniously and uniformly
does its construction proceed,
and unsuspected relations are
disclosed between hitherto
separated branches of the

“We must know. We will know!”David Hilbert. ๐Ÿ‘โœŒ

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