# Jean Dieudonné

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**Jean Alexandre Eugène Dieudonné** (July 1, 1906, Lille – November 29, 1992, Paris) was a French mathematician, notable for research in abstract algebra and functional analysis.

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- A mathematician, then, will be defined in what follows as someone who has published the proof of at least one non-trivial theorem.
- Mathematics and Mathematicians (1992); published in
*Is Mathematics Inevitable? A Miscellany (2008)*, edited by Underwood Dudley, p. 3. ISBN 0883855666

- Mathematics and Mathematicians (1992); published in