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DOUGLAS our universe can arise. This is at heart a mathematical question, in the sense I just described, and it seems to me that physicists will have to adopt something of the spirit of the mathematicians to answer it. Comparing my colleagues’ attitudes with those I recall from my graduate studies in the early 80’s, I can only say that this process has come a long way already, and probably has farther to go. As to whether mathematicians are being inﬂuenced in equally deep ways, I leave for them, and especially the students in this school, to tell me.
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A la recherche de la topologie perdue: I Du côté de chez Rohlin, II Le côté de Casson by Lucien Guillou, Alexis Marin