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Math is inherently present in Physics, Chemistry, Economics, and Medicine. Hence, Nobel may have deemed the presence of mathematics as unnecessary or understood and implicit. ?Alfred Nobel’s greatness lay in his ability to combine the penetrating mind of the scientist and inventor with the forward-looking dynamism of the industrialist.?1 Nobel was very interested in social and peace-related issues and held what were considered radical views in his era. He had a great interest in literature and wrote his own poetry and dramatic works. As we have seen through his lifetime and existence, the Nobel Prizes became an extension and a fulfillment of his lifetime interests, and a tool for penetrating the partition between the sciences and humanity. Bibliography 1. Nobel e-Museum. Alfred

Nobel-His Life and Work. 30 August 2000. 2. Sch?ck, H. et al. Nobel. The Man and His Prizes. Stockholm. Solhmans F?rlag, 1950. 3. Evlanoff, Michael and Fluor, Marjorie. Alfred Nobel-The Loneliest Millionaire. Washington D.C. Ward Ritchie Press, 1969. 4. Sohlman, Ragnar. The Legacy of Alfred Nobel. London. The Bodley Head, 1983. 5. Fr?ngsmyr, T. Alfred Nobel. Stockholm. Swedish Institute, 1996. 6. Crawford, Elisabeth. The Beginnings of the Nobel Institution. London. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1984.