Against uncertainty – Some remarks about mathematical physics
My acquaintance with the Bernidos dates back to the year of 1985 when we met at an international meeting at my university in Germany. That meeting was on the Feynman integral. This is one of the most important computational tools in large parts of theoretical physics, and beyond. They have been and still are a challenge for the mathematician, and hence a good starting point for reflection on the role and use of mathematics for the working physicist, student, teacher, or researcher.