Department of Mathematics
University of British Columbia
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Canada V6T 1Z2
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“Darkness never overcomes the light.
— `Truth Will Never Sink’ by YOON, Minsuk (윤민석).
어둠은 빛을 이길 수 없다
|"Neither a lofty degree of
intelligence nor imagination nor both together go to the
making of genius. Love, love, love, that is the soul of
---------------------- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
|"It is as a pupil and admirer
that I stand at the grave of the greatest man who taught
me in college. His intellect led the way from earlier work
to later achievements of modern science. He shaped his
life, down to the smallest detail, like a fine work of
art. His never-failing kindness and his sense of justice
made him a leader in any society he entered. Everyone
followed him gladly, for they felt that he never set out
to govern but only to serve."
--------------------- from a web-dictionary.
|"I believe in intuition and
inspiration. Imagination is more important than knowledge.
For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the
entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to
evolution. It is, strictly speaking, a real factor in
"The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift."
|"One thing that I’ve learned, is to start
with a simple model and then work on extending it in various
ways. Go to the expert! Talk to the folks who are working in
the field. They are the people who know!
................ That was the major lesson I learned
from all this: work with people in the field as much as
possible. Learn to talk their language, and be sensitive to
---------------------- Colin Clark, in UBC Math newsletter 2015-16.