Articles of Philosophical Nature

Mathematics is not complex

Mathematics is not convoluted or complex, it requires thinking or being able to foresee ideas without loss of generality (thinking in general terms or abstract way). A mathematician looks primarily for structure, symmetry, ingenuity, etc. Lacking in being able to attain this state of mind explicitly is the only difficulty. If an individual can circumvent… Continue reading Mathematics is not complex

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Articles of Philosophical Nature

[Draft] On Characteristics of highly intelligent, idealism founders, purists.

  These categories of people in a general sense do focus on specific areas of interest. Moreover they don’t portray or project as if they know everything. But they do try to give their insights when asked and these would be genuine unbiased insights of an un-conventional nature. They are ones who are always looking… Continue reading [Draft] On Characteristics of highly intelligent, idealism founders, purists.

Articles of Philosophical Nature

On Learning Mathematics by Yourself – Could be generalized to other sciences

It takes a lot of sustained effort and perseverance to autodidact (the process of self-learning). Learning Mathematics all by yourself could be harder. A bit of help will surely save considerable amount of time and accelerate things. I would like to present here some bits which I have found useful in this amazing cognitive delight.… Continue reading On Learning Mathematics by Yourself – Could be generalized to other sciences