Geoff Hagopian
Professor of Mathematics
College of the Desert
MA, Mathematics,University of California at Davis, 1986
BA, Mathematics, University of California at Santa Cruz, 1982
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Physics 5 3919 
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PoincarĂ©, Jules Henri (18541912)
Thus, be it understood, to demonstrate a theorem, it is neither
necessary nor even advantageous to know what it means. The geometer
might be replaced by the "logic piano" imagined by Stanley Jevons; or,
if you choose, a machine might be imagined where the assumptions were
put in at one end, while the theorems came out at the other, like the
legendary Chicago machine where the pigs go in alive and come out
transformed into hams and sausages. No more than these machines need
the mathematician know what he does.
In J. R. Newman (ed.) The World of Mathematics, New York: Simon
and Schuster, 1956.
PoincarĂ©, Jules Henri (18541912)
Thus, be it understood, to demonstrate a theorem, it is neither
necessary nor even advantageous to know what it means. The geometer
might be replaced by the "logic piano" imagined by Stanley Jevons; or,
if you choose, a machine might be imagined where the assumptions were
put in at one end, while the theorems came out at the other, like the
legendary Chicago machine where the pigs go in alive and come out
transformed into hams and sausages. No more than these machines need
the mathematician know what he does.
In J. R. Newman (ed.) The World of Mathematics, New York: Simon
and Schuster, 1956.