Brian noted that sometimes mathematicians were working most on one of two alternatives whereas the physicists needed the other.
You don't really need much depth to have the same understanding. You just need the right perspective
I would give everything for having the same understanding of math as he does.
Is there a non equivalent set of axioms that is capable of describing and deriving modern physics? I remember using a lot of theorems in theoretical physics , but that doesn't necessarily mean that there can't be equivalent descriptions that are derived differently , at least that prove wouldn't be trivial, since the theorems are implications, not equivalent to the axioms
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