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Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 12: Going back to the start.

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We look back at what we have learned, to see how we can pursue these ideas further. What more can we do, how can we do it, and where do we begin? Mathematics is actually quite a social profession, in a way. How we interact with others has a great deal of influence on what work we choose to do, and choose not to do. Understanding this is extremely important.

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