„I have completely forgotten the symbolic calculus.“

Original: (de) Ich habe das symbolische Rechnen mit Stumpf und Stil verlernt.

Habilitation curriculum vitae (1919) submitted to the Göttingen Faculty, as quoted by Peter Roquette, "Emmy Noether and Hermann Weyl" (Jan. 28, 2008) extended manuscript of a talk presented at the Hermann Weyl conference in Bielefeld, September 10, 2006.

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