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In Defence of Eponymy

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Correspondence to Jonathan D. H. Smith.

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Smith, J.D.H. In Defence of Eponymy. The Mathematical Intelligencer 3, 89–90 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03022856

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Keywords

  • Common Word
  • Pigeonhole Principle
  • Marriage Problem
  • Moufang Loop
  • Permutable Variety