Integrability: an allegory to politics

As aspiring mathematicians, our 0ˆ8General Philosophy of Integrability0ˆ9, according to Professor Kiselev, should be as follows:

0ˆ6With the bad points [points of discontinuity], you put them in a really tiny prison so that they don0ˆ9t screw up your proof. An with the good guys [continuous intervals], you negotiate with them until your proof works.0ˆ7

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