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Osgood, W. F.
The calculus is the greatest aid we have to the application of physical truth in the broadest sense of the word.
In N. Rose, Mathematical Maxims and Minims, Raleigh, NC: Rome Press Inc., 1988.
Ogyu, Sorai (1666 - 1729)
Mathematicians boast of their exacting achievements, but in reality they are absorbed in mental acrobatics and contribute nothing to society.
Complete Works on Japan's Philosophical Thought, 1956.
Oppenheimer, Julius Robert (1904 - 1967)
Today, it is not only that our kings do not know mathematics, but our philosophers do not know mathematics and -- to go a step further -- our mathematicians do not know mathematics.
"The Tree of Knowledge," in Harper's, 217, 1958.
Oakley, C.O.
The study of mathematics cannot be replaced by any other activity that will train and develop man's purely logical faculties to the same level of rationality.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 56, 1949, p. 19.