I wonder why it is that at 16 you simply cannot get it, but at 33 you can find fairly easy to self-learn it and actually enjoy it? It's interesting to actually decipher all those previously pointless symbols and work your way through a problem. Kind of like the Sodoku games you see people playing, but not so useless.
Anyway, for the Math geniuses out there, it's highly likely that I am enjoying this more than you are. Like when someone reads Hamlet as an adult for the first time, instead of as a teenager. Or, I can only assume, anyway.
But, one thing I've realized in taking up math again is that it really is a philosophical approach to logic and not a science at all. Just a tool to make examples of real world ideas and figure out logic problems.
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