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Pasteur, as opposed to all among that pestilence of what are merely, aprioristically mathematicians, such as David Hilbert, or, the actually evil variety of socalled

For his thesis, he completed a proof of a problem that was number 13 on a famous list of 23 unsolved mathematical challenges compiled by David Hilbert in 1900.

In 1910, he wrote his doctoral thesis with one of the greatest mathematicians, David Hilbert (1862 – 1943).

In 1915, she moved to Göttingen, as an assistant to the worldfamous mathematician David Hilbert.

Finally, both of them were drawn to Göttingen, where Felix Klein and David Hilbert had established an international centre of mathematics in which women were encouraged to participate.

Margarete Kahn was a student of the great mathematician David Hilbert (1862 – 1943), who decisively influenced the development of mathematics around the turn of the century.

In June 1899, at a ceremony marking the installation of the new GaussWeber monument in GÃ¶ttingen, David Hilbert delivered a lecture on the foundations of geometry.

In the early years of the twentieth century, Gottlob Frege and David Hilbert, two titans of mathematical logic, engaged in a controversy regarding the correct understanding of the role of axioms in mathematical theories, and the correct way to demonstrate consistency and independence results for such axioms.

David Hilbert published a book in which he constructed such models, using exactly the method of interpretation that we have just described.

Noether received attention from colleagues like David Hilbert and Albert Einstein, and praise of her genius is not wanting; still, I think that an example like Emmy Noether might inspire young people to take an interest in mathematics.
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