Morris Kline Quotes

Top 11 wise famous quotes and sayings by Morris Kline

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Morris Kline quotes: Mathematics is a body of knowledge, but it contains no truths. Mathematics is a body of knowledge, but it contains no truths.
Morris Kline quotes: Psychologically, the teaching of abstractions first is wrong. Indeed, a thorough understanding of the concrete must precede the abstract. Psychologically, the teaching of abstractions first is wrong. Indeed, a thorough understanding of the concrete must precede the abstract.
Morris Kline quotes: Statistics: the mathematical theory of ignorance. Statistics: the mathematical theory of ignorance.
Morris Kline quotes: A elegantly executed proof is a poem in all but the form in which it is written. A elegantly executed proof is a poem in all but the form in which it is written.
Morris Kline quotes: The most fertile source of insight is hindsight. The most fertile source of insight is hindsight.
Morris Kline quotes: All mathematical proofs must be deductive. Each proof is a chain of deductive arguments, each of which has its premises and conclusion. All mathematical proofs must be deductive. Each proof is a chain of deductive arguments, each of which has its premises and conclusion.
Morris Kline quotes: predecessor of Isaac Newton at Cambridge University, maintained that irrational numbers have no meaning independent of geometric lengths. predecessor of Isaac Newton at Cambridge University, maintained that irrational numbers have no meaning independent of geometric lengths.
Morris Kline quotes: A proof tells us where to concentrate our doubts. A proof tells us where to concentrate our doubts.