Of Beauty and Truth

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich (left), Karl Heinrich Schellbach (right)

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich (1770 – 1831), a notable German philosopher, once remarked, “Who does not know the works of the ancients dies without knowing beauty.”

German mathematician Karl Heinrich Schellbach (1805 – 1892) responded, “Who does not know the works of mathematicians and scientists dies without knowing truth.”

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