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Most importantly, he's a co-thinker: a mathematician trained at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Chicago and a banker who years ago hit it off with Albert Wohlstetter, the theorist who was a godfather of the neoconservative movement, a fellow mathematician and a University of Chicago strategist.
Needless to say, the influence is from the very start of that high sort in which he that takes becomes co-thinker with him that gives,
I feel that I dare now say to you, as I would to any other co-worker and co-thinker -- if in the future you ever want my work, if you can set me, with others, to any task that wants doing and that I could do -- ask me, and I am not likely to refuse.
Famous for their critique of capitalism and for advocating social revolution, Marx and his co-thinker Frederick Engels are far less known for their concern for the destruction of the environment and the need for sustainability.
Shockley, like his co-thinker Arthur Jensen, had caused a furor during the 1960s by advancing his thesis, already repeatedly disproven, that blacks were genetically inferior to whites in cognitive faculties and intelligence.
Sassun Mikayelyan's co-thinker made suicide attempt