The Elements of Non-Euclidean Geometry

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Perhaps in most cases where we seek in vain the answer to a question, the cause of the failure lies in the fact that problems simpler and easier than the one in hand have been either not at all or incompletely solved. Something of the sort is admitted with hesitation by Jeremy Gray: As I read Kant, he does not say non-Euclidean geometry is logically impossible, but that is only because he does not claim that any geometry is logically true; geometry in his view is synthetic, not analytic.

Pages: 322

Publisher: HardPress Publishing (January 28, 2013)

ISBN: 1314604147

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