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Augustus De Morgan (1806 – 1871)

Indian-born British mathematician and logician; he was the first professor of mathematics at University College London.
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Augustus De Morgan
I did not hear what you said, but I absolutely disagree with you.
Morgan quotes
All existing things upon this earth, which have knowledge of their own existence, possess, some in one degree and some in another, the power of thought, accompanied by perception, which is the awakening of thought by the effects of external objects upon the senses.
The moving power of mathematical invention is not reasoning, but imagination.

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