>>12243792I like classical music, specially Schumann, Brahms and Ravel. But lately I've been listening to Autechre's new album and Coltrane

>>12243961Nothing gives me better orgasms than reading mathematical objects with scary names. I had attacks of autism when I first read about "strongly zerodimensional spaces"

>>12244058As a pregrad studdent I can confirm. The thing about linear algebra is that it is one of this branches with "lots of applications", therefore it is often taught with that approach. Like calculus.

>>12244104Let me guess, you like Debussy's Clair de Lune and Preludes, Chopin's Nocturnes and Waltes, and Bach's Cello Suites and Fugues, am I right?

>>12244165I know the feel too, and I hate it. There is no point in doing complex calculations by hand given that a computer can do them in half a second

>>12244382Everyone has heard a Chopin piece, and no, you are not smurt for knowing his Nocturne op. 9 no. 2, that just shows you listen classical music in a superficial way

>>12244962I don't see any problem in liking maths, classical music and chess. If you like mathematics why is it a problem for you to like one genre of music rather than another, or to play a game instead of that other game. I think you're just projecting, anon