Why is simplicity so unreasonably effective at scientific explanation?

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    Lean mathematical components library

    No, they really are - you've just internalized the vast majority of the content already. This is what a moderately careful (Lean makes some mildly questionable compromises regarding quotients) attempt at building up calculus from first principles looks like. And this is still assuming quite a bit of foundation. Human beings are much better at math than a bunch of apes barely down from the trees have any right to be - but that doesn't make math any smaller.

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