Henry Eyring Quote: “I perceive myself as rather uninhibited…”

I perceive myself as rather uninhibited, with a certain mathematical facility and more interest in the broad aspect of a problem than the delicate nuances. I am more interested in discovering what is over the next rise than in assiduously cultivating the beautiful garden close at hand.

Henry Eyring


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Name: Henry Eyring
Profession: Educator
Nationality: American
Birthday: May 31, 1933
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