The author, a Nobel Laureate and one of the 20th century's most important logicians, asks and answers basic questions about the intersection of philosophy and higher mathematics. 1897 edition.For if any shape, which is possible in one part of space, be always possible in another, it follows that all parts of space are ... Hence positions in space, if our axiom be true, must be wholly defined by external relations, i.e. Position is not an intrinsic, but a purely relative, property of things in space. ... (Z priori in a double sense.
|Title||:||An Essay on the Foundations of Modern Geometry|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 2003|