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By on August 23, 2017

Mathematical beauty identifies the idea that some mathematicians may derive cosmetic pleasure using their company work, and from mathematics generally. They communicate this pleasure by explaining mathematics (or, at least, some facet of mathematics) as beautiful. Mathematicians illustrate mathematics as an art or, at the very least, as an innovative activity. Comparisons tend to be made out of music and poetry.
Bertrand Russell indicated his sense of numerical beauty in these words:

Mathematics, rightly seen, possesses not only fact, but supreme beauty — a beauty frigid and austere, like this of sculpture, without charm to any part of your weaker nature, with no stunning trappings of painting or music, yet sublimely real, and with the capacity of a stern efficiency such as only the best skill can show. The real spirit of joy, the exaltation, the sense to be more than Man, which is the touchstone of the best excellence, is usually to be within mathematics as surely as poetry.

Paul Erd?s portrayed his views on the ineffability of mathematics when he said, “What makes figures beautiful? It’s like requesting how come Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony beautiful. Unless you understand why, someone can’t let you know. I know quantities are beautiful. If indeed they aren’t beautiful, there is nothing”.

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