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The Most Paradoxist Mathematician of the World

By Le, Charles

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Title: The Most Paradoxist Mathematician of the World  
Author: Le, Charles
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Florentin Smarandache
Collections: Biographies, Authors Community, Math, Philosophy, Chemistry, Cultural Studies, Most Popular Books in China, Education, Political Sociology, Fine Arts, Literature, Language, Social Sciences, Political Science, History
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Publication Date:
2013
Publisher: World Public Library
Member Page: Florentin Smarandache

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Le, C. (2013). The Most Paradoxist Mathematician of the World. Retrieved from http://self.gutenberg.org/


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A book on Smarandache's achievements throughout his life time with a short history on his personal life.

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In the beginning, this international avant-garde was a mutism: to make literature by not writing literature at all!! (any mathematical/chemical/physical etc. abstract sign, any drawing, draft, picture, graffito (having no words, no letters) could mean a poem; the non-literature created became, paradoxically, a new kind of literature; later the paradoxism has generalized the old term of for the n-dimensional and other scientific (Lobacevsky, Riemann, Banach, etc.) spaces, thus a poem can be; an object, a being, a phenomenon, a status ... understandable in a universal language. And further, using mathematics and literature, he got to the Paradoxist Philosophy with the thesis that "Nothing is noncontradictorial" .

Table of Contents
Abstract................................... 3 Biography Smarandache's wrong life........................ 4 As a mathematician............................ 6 Political reason to leave his native country............. 10 Smarandache Function......................... 20 Mathematical poems........................... 22 What is the paradoxism?........................ 23 Funny stories.............................. 25 Scientific activity Affiliations............................... 27 Mathematical books published.................... 27 Mathematical articles published................... 28 Contributions to many journals................... 32 Collective collections of mathematical problems books..... 33 Manuscripts............................... 33 International congresses of mathematics.............. 34 National seminars/colloquiums................... 34 Student mathematical competitions................. 35 Paintings................................... 37 Literary activity Affiliations............................... 38 The Paradoxist Literary Movement................. 39 Books written in English language................. 39 Books written in Romanian language............... 40 Books written in French language.................. 41 Contributions to many journals................... 42 Literary papers............................. 44 Broadcasting.............................. 44 Literary prizes............................. 45 Literary anthologies.......................... 46 National and international meetings................. 49 Plays of theater............................. 49 Manuscripts............................... 50 Letters.................................. 50 Translations............................... 50 Lectures................................. 51 Archives.................................. 53

 

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