On the geometrical method an address delivered at the annual meeting of the society for the improvement of geometrical teaching by Larmor, Joseph Sir

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Statementby Joseph Larmor....
ContributionsAssociation for the Improvement of Geometrical Teaching.
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Pagination10 p. ;
Number of Pages10
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NOTES. literature about the geometrical method in early modern philosophy is to a large extent focused on Spinoza’s though Cassirer–44, –17, and –61, 86–; Schüling (who confuses geometrical method with axiomatic method); see also Hecht On Spinoza’s use of the geometrical method, see Hubbeling; Curley.

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