Leopold Kronecker (December 7, 1823 – December 29, 1891) was a German mathematician who famously said, "God made the integers; all else is the work of man."
There are, I suppose, many ways in which to interpret this statement. I do not presume to know what Kronecker's intent was, though I rather hope he intended to confine man's "creation" in this instance to the world of mathematics. In such case, he may have been right. If the intent was to state that except for the integers, all creation was accomplished by man, Image: Wikipedia then that is ludicrous.
It is a matter of record that on this statement hinged the alienation of Kronecker from his more famous student, Georg Cantor, who was not buying the statement in any of its possible permutations. Or at least, so say some math historians. It is certainly the case that the two gentlemen represented opposing philosophies of mathematics.
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