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" Group, which just now stands in the foreground of mathematical progress. Proceeding from this idea of groups, we learn more and more to coordinate different mathematical sciences. So, for example, geometry and the theory of numbers, which long seemed... "
Mathematical Papers Read at the International Mathematical Congress Held in ... - Page 135
edited by - 1896 - 411 pages
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The Monist, Volume 4

Paul Carus - Philosophy - 1894
...public diminishes. It became almost the custom to regard modern mathematical speculation as something having no general interest or importance, and the...detailed examples of this interchange of influence may be not without various interest for the members of this general session, and on this account have...
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FELIX KLEIN GESAMMELTE MATHEMATISCHE ABHANDLUNGEN

R. FRICKE,VERMEIL - 1922
...represent antagonistic tendencies, no longer form an antithesis, but have come in many ways to appear ńs different aspects of one and the same theory. This...detailed examples of this interchange of influence may be not without various interest for the members of this general session, and on this account have...
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The Emergence of the American Mathematical Research Community, 1876-1900: J ...

Karen Hunger Parshall, David E. Rowe - Science - 1994 - 500 pages
...improvement from within has asserted itself in our science, with constantly increasing success .... This unifying tendency, originally purely theoretical,...reinforced in the development and extension of these latter.40 For Klein, the basis for internal unity stemmed largely from the group concept and the notion...
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