A Mathematician is someone who can take a cup of coffee and turn it into a theory. Votes: 3

Paul ErdosThe mathematician's patterns, like the painter's or the poet's, must be beautiful. Votes: 2

G. H. HardyThe mathematician has reached the highest rung on the ladder of human thought. Votes: 2

Havelock EllisIt would be better for the true physics if there were no mathematicians on earth. Votes: 2

Daniel BernoulliOne can imagine that the ultimate mathematician is one who can see analogies between analogies. Votes: 2

Stefan BanachA mathematician is a blind man in a dark room looking for a black cat which isn't there. Votes: 2

Charles DarwinA mathematician's reputation rests on the number of bad proofs he has given. Votes: 0

Abram Samoilovitch BesicovitchAsked if he believes in one G-d, a mathematician answered: "Yes, up to isomorphism". Votes: 0

G. H. HardyLogic is the hygiene the mathematician practices to keep his ideas healthy and strong. Votes: 0

Hermann WeylTo create a good philosophy you should renounce metaphysics but be a good mathematician. Votes: 0

Bertrand RussellA mathematician believes that describing the speed of Mercury with equations amounts to science. Votes: 0

Bill GaedeYou don't watch 'A Beautiful Mind' and say, 'This is how every mathematician is.' Votes: 0

Catherine HardwickeA horse that can count to ten is a remarkable horse, not a remarkable mathematician. Votes: 0

Samuel JohnsonThe pure mathematician, like the musician, is a free creator of his world of ordered beauty. Votes: 0

Bertrand RussellA mathematician may say anything he pleases, but a physicist must be at least partially sane. Votes: 0

J. Willard GibbsMathematics is not yet capable of coping with the naÃ¯vetÃ© of the mathematician himself. Votes: 0

Abraham KaplanA mathematician who is not also something of a poet will never be a complete mathematician. Votes: 0

Karl WeierstrassIt is positively spooky how the physicist finds the mathematician has been there before him or her. Votes: 0

Steven WeinbergA mathematician is only perfect insofar as he is a perfect man, sensitive to the beauty of truth. Votes: 0

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe