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In the Promenade, and here and there in Récoltes et Semailles I will be .. travaux mathematiques de A. Grothendieck”)was written in in. Grothendieck began writing Récoltes et Semailles in June , and Récoltes et Semailles holds a position of particular importance. Récoltes et Semailles, Réflexions et témoignages sur un passé de volume partly autobiographical memoir describing Grothendieck’s life as a mathematician.

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Open Preview See a Problem? I felt like my question isn’t appropriate for MO, so I thought maybe I should post it here. Wow, someone should make this an open source project or something.

I don’t know much of the underlying Mathematics either but I enjoyed it too, thanks a lot for sharing your experience. There were in Orsay and Paris some tremendously powerful people in arithmetic geometry. Alejandro Calle Saldarriaga marked it as to-read Oct 19, Minhyong Kim 9, 10 58 I think this is right Sign up using Email and Password. Nops marked it as to-read Nov 15, Dav marked it as to-read Nov 15, Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Alexandre Grothendieck: Récoltes et semailles (1986)

I am still not sure I interpret you question correctly, so I will refrain from editing it myself. Thanks for posting it. For a specialist in PDEs, certainly the answer is a resounding no. If the answer to the first question is negative, what are the difficulties involved in implementing Grothendieck’s ideas?


Email Required, but never shown. Grothendieck himself expressed the possibility of using resolution of singularity and simplicial techniques or variants to study the cohomology of a singular variety reducing it to its resolution and resolution of certain open subsets. I have read that there have been several attempts to translate it into English. recoltrs

Mcitran is currently grothendieckk it Sep 06, Senailles though I wasn’t knowledgeable enough recolte have an opinion about the social commentary in the book, I did wonder quite a bit if some of the discontent could have a purely mathematical source. Now I’ve got two answers quite different in nature and in tone and since I’m equally pleased with both of them perhaps I should just let them benefit the community and don’t semaillees to officially accept one of them.

I didn’t come anywhere near to reading the whole thing, but I did spend many hours dipping into various portions while I was a graduate student.

My search lead to a websitethough I find it kind of hard to navigate, and I don’t know how much of the original materials it includes, and of course it is in a web form. I do remember there was a lot, and this is a question of mathematical interest. There is a translation into Russian. Post as a guest Name. However, one thing was clear even to my superficial understanding: I wouldn’t quite put matters the way you did, but I have no real objection to that formulation either.


As for “tame topology” my impression is that he topic has not taken grothednieck, but I may be wrong about this. It has been translated to some languages other than English, but I do not know about an English version.

Roy Lisker’s translation, linked to above, is 98 pages and covers the Preface, Introduction and the first 18 sections, “Promenade through a life’s work – or the Child and the Mother. Post as a guest Name.

Alexandre Grothendieck: Récoltes et semailles ()

However, I recall for instance semzilles Grothendieck’s opinion that standard conjectures were false, and claiming he had in mind a few related conjectures semailpes he doesn’t state precisely which might turn out to be the right ones.

Again, I have no opinion about the social aspect of such a sentiment assuming the story truebut it is interesting to speculate on the mathematical context. Some of the inspirations for the theory of o-minimal structures can be traced back to Grothendieck’s ideas; early trailblazers like Lou van den Dries and Angus MacIntyre are on the record about this. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.