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约翰纳什英文简介John_Nash’s_English_introduction

Mr. Nash would be awarded a Nobel Prize in Economics for the profound contribution to economic field.

The prize surprised the world, not just because the Nobel-winning thesis was contained in a slender 27-page Ph.D. thesis written almost half a century ago by Mr. Nash, but because the winner, Mr. Nash, could receive the prize after more than 30 years’ torment of paranoid schizophrenia.

Decades ago, when Mr. Nash was at the top of his profession, the terrifying disease happened to him. It ruined both his professional and personal life. He suffered so much from illusions that he had to stop his work and stayed in isolation. With the protection of his families and friends, 20 years later, he gradually conquered the disease and came back to the public.

He has seldom talked about his illness directly and people would also prefer to concern his achievements rather than his illness.

The Early Years of Mr. Nash

Born in West Virginia, Mr. Nash was essentially an unworldly man. Mr. Nash’s mother was a Latin teacher, and his father was an electrical engineer. From Mr. Nash’ childhood, he was regarded as a prodigy but not a pedant. He was good at dealing with problems from different perspectives. In 1945, Mr. Nash entered Carnegie Tech where he changed his major from chemistry to math. There he was called “a young Gauss”