Gian-Carlo Rota – Ten Lessons I Wish I Had Been Taught

Gian-Carlo Rota is professor of applied mathematics and philosophy at MIT.

This article has appeared electronically in Concerns of Young Mathematicians, Volume 4, Issue 25, August 21, 1996, a publication of the Young Mathematicians Network and is based on a talk delivered on the occasion of the Rotafest in April, 1996. Indiscrete Thoughts by Gian-Carlo Rota, edited by Fabrizio Palombi.

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