G. H. Hardy

G. H. Hardy (Godfrey Harold Hardy) was a renowned English mathematician, known for his contributions to number theory and mathematical analysis. He is also famous for his collaboration with J. E. Littlewood and his mentoring of the Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. Hardy is recognized for his advocacy of pure mathematics, reflected in his essay 'A Mathematician's Apology'. His work has left a significant impact on modern mathematics.


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  1. 1. A Mathematician's Apology

    "A Mathematician's Apology" is a deeply personal reflection on the beauty and importance of pure mathematics. The author, a renowned mathematician, defends the pursuit of mathematics for its own sake, arguing it's a creative art form akin to poetry or painting. The book provides insight into the mind of a working mathematician and the aesthetic appeal of mathematics, while also discussing its practical utility and the author's own work on number theory and the theory of prime numbers.