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LISP in Small Pieces
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“The main difficulty the student of groups meets is not that of following the argument, which is nearly always straightforward, but of grasping the purpose of the investigation.”
W. W. Sawyer, Prelude to Mathematics

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“Such neglect of the obvious does not show necessarily stupidity but rather indifference toward artificial problems.”
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“The art of reasoning consists in getting hold of the subject at the right end, of seizing on the few general ideas that illuminate the whole, and of persistently organizing all subsidiary facts round them.”
W. W. Sawyer, Prelude to Mathematics

George Pólya
“there is nothing to learn about reasoning and invention if the motive and purpose of the most conspicuous step remain incomprehensible.”
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“O Perfect One, why do you do this thing? For though we find joy in it, we know not the celestial reason nor the correspondency of it’. And Sabbah answered: ‘I will tell you first what I do; I will tell you the reasons afterward.”
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