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- why is a simple ring not semisimple? 1 answer
I was said that can exists simple algebras $A$ that are not semi-simples in the following sense:
- $A$ is simple, i.e. doesn't have non trivial ideals;
- $A$ is not semi-simple, i.e. is not a semi-simple module over itself.
Does anybody has an example? Thanks in advance