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    1. We will construct a p ortrait of the \ideal mathematician". By this we do not mean the p erfect mathematician, the mathematician without de- fect or limitation. Rather, we mean to describ e the most mathematician- like mathematician, as one might describ e the ideal thoroughbred grey- hound, or the ideal thirteenth-century monk.