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Richard Feynman did not, at least at the time of his 1965 lecture at Cornell University, " The Relation Betwee Mathematics And Physics", share Marcello Gleiser's desire for a science with humanity in any place of importance. Speaking of people of the "other culture" (by which it seems he meant humanists), he says, at the close of this lecture, with some force and animus, "the horizons are limited which permit such people to imagine that the centre of the universe of interest is man".