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**Leopold Kronecker** (7 December 1823 – 29 December 1891) was a *Die ganzen Zahlen hat der liebe Gott gemacht, alles andere ist Menschenwerk*" ("God made the integers, all else is the work of man.").^{[1]} Kronecker was a student and lifelong friend of

Leopold Kronecker was born on 7 December 1823 in ^{[2]}

In 1841 Kronecker became a student at the ^{[3]}

After obtaining his degree, Kronecker did not follow his interest in research on an academic career path. He went back to his hometown to manage a large farming estate built up by his mother's uncle, a former banker. In 1848 he married his cousin Fanny Prausnitzer, and the couple had six children. For several years Kronecker focused on business, and although he continued to study mathematics as a hobby and corresponded with Kummer, he published no mathematical results.^{[4]} In 1853 he wrote a memoir on the algebraic solvability of equations extending the work of

Due to his business activity, Kronecker was financially comfortable, and thus he could return to Berlin in 1855 to pursue mathematics as a private scholar. Dirichlet, whose wife ^{[2]} Over the following years Kronecker published numerous papers resulting from his previous years' independent research. As a result of this published research, he was elected a member of the

Although he held no official university position, Kronecker had the right as a member of the Academy to hold classes at the University of Berlin and he decided to do so, starting in 1862. In 1866, when ^{[5]} Kronecker was the supervisor of

His philosophical view of mathematics put him in conflict with several mathematicians over the years, notably straining his relationship with Weierstrass, who almost decided to leave the University in 1888.^{[3]} Kronecker died on 29 December 1891 in Berlin, several months after the death of his wife. In the last year of his life, he converted to ^{[2]} He is buried in the

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