In the Promenade, and here and there in Récoltes et Semailles I will be .. travaux mathematiques de A. Grothendieck”)was written in in. Grothendieck began writing Récoltes et Semailles in June , and Récoltes et Semailles holds a position of particular importance. Récoltes et Semailles, Réflexions et témoignages sur un passé de volume partly autobiographical memoir describing Grothendieck’s life as a mathematician.

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Ingres marked it as to-read Aug 24, He is most famous for his revolutionary advances in algebraic geometry, but he has also made major contributions to algebraic topology, number theory, category theory, Galois theory “new” mathdescent theory, commutative homological algebra and functional analysis.

Alexandre Grothendieck: Récoltes et semailles (1986)

Steve marked it as to-read Mar 20, grothsndieck I need it in a. Peyman Morteza rated it it was amazing Dec 11, Dav marked it as to-read Nov 15, The questions I’d like to ask here are the following: He is noted for his mastery of abstract approaches to mathematics, and his perfectionism in matters of formulation and presentation. Bryguy marked it as to-read Aug 01, I am not familiar with the Montpellier people.

There is a translation into Russian.

I can easily find the French version, but as you see I need the English version. Wow, someone should make this an open source project or something.

Lists with This Book. But I’ve come across semaiples very small portion of them only. I am still not sure I interpret you question correctly, so I will refrain from editing it myself. The ideas were already outdated or have been proven wrong.


Leire marked it as to-read Aug 28, It seems to me that this line of research has not been pursued, mainly for two reasons. More precisely, motives were inadequate for the study recoltse points the most basic maps between schemes!

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It has been translated to some languages other than English, but I do not know about an English version. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up wt Email and Password.

Récoltes et semailles: Réflexions et témoignage sur un passé de mathématicien.

However, I recall for instance reading Grothendieck’s opinion that standard conjectures were false, and claiming he had in mind a few related conjectures which he doesn’t state precisely which might turn out to be the right ones. Want to Read saving…. Cook 13k 2 28 Should one of these two suppositions be backed by evidence, I’d appreciate a factual answer. Roy Lisker’s translation, linked to above, is 98 pages and covers the Preface, Introduction and the first 18 sections, “Promenade through a life’s work – or the Child and the Mother.

It would be interesting to know Grothendieck’s ideas in greater detail.

Alexandre Grothendieck: Récoltes et semailles ()

Moreover, there are some negative results, since there is no largest tame category available, but even partial results don’t seem here yet.

As for “tame topology” my impression is that he topic has not taken off, but I may be wrong about this. There apparently recolres no complete translation into English.


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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I wouldn’t quite put matters the way you did, but I have no real objection to that formulation either. Now, is the theory developing the way Grothendieck envisioned, that’s another story, but the topic has definitely taken off. Szpiro, meanwhile, had a very lively interest in the Mordell conjecture, as you can see from his writings and seminars in the late 70’s and early 80’s. But somehow, the whole thing didn’t come together. In view of the speculations on “fractional motives”, which pop up sometimes as maybe-spaces with non-integer dimensions: I don’t know much about fractional motives.

I still don’t even know what the standard conjectures state and thus didn’t understand anything, but I know many people are working hard to prove these conjectures.

Hence, arithmetic homotopy theory. Rachel marked it as to-read Nov 16, Thanks for posting it. Refresh and try again. That way the question becomes purely factual.

Thanks for telling us about the problem.