Mathematicians’ views on delicate matters: local quivers

Mathematicians, as a group, are unafraid to confront almost any question (so long as it pertains at least hypothetically to mathematics) — even questions about delicate, local matters. Here’s an example, presented in the form of a treatise:

Local quivers and stable representations,” Jan Adriaenssens and Lieven LeBruyn [pictured here, possibly in the act of contemplation],” Communications in Algebra, 31:1777–1797, 2003.