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Stereo Sue at the same time. She also experienced distortions in proprioception, her perception of her own body position: One evening, I couldnt sleep in my own Paul Erdos, one of the most famous mathematicians of recent history, was asexual (NNDB.com, 2011). Like Newton, he was profoundly preoccupied with his science. One of his biographies is aptly namedThe Man Who Loved Only Numbers (Hoffman, 1998). Erdos spoke about how deeply moved he was by mathematics, and his aesthetic appreciation of it over all other things, including (presumably) people:If numbers arent beautiful, I dont know what is (Schechter, 1998, p. 7). He also spoke about his lack of sexual interest: I cant stand sexual pleasure (Csicsery, 1993). It is not known whether this statement refers to a general disinterest in all aspects of sexualityattraction, desire, arousalor just the arousal/pleasure component, but it is clear that Erdos did not seek out the intimate company of others. Moreover, given that his aesthetic interests seemed primarily limited to mathematics, he likely did not have a deep sexual (or even romantic) attraction to other people (see also chapter 12).