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 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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 the theory of functions, or, say, with nonEuclidean
 that can be understood today of nonEuclidean geometry. I
 in nonEuclidean geometry, then we should be in the realm of
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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 To what extent is ‘Euclidean space’ — the
 definition of Euclidean space. I might also call it
 on this assumption. Now as regards this Euclidean — or,
 of our Euclidean Mathematics would be at most a kind of
 Euclidean space it does, no doubt (Euclidean space, that is
 of Euclidean space to a coordinate system that is inherently
 different idea of space from the rigid one of Euclid. For it
 neither Euclidean, nor any abstractly conceived space of
 it is in such a space and not in the rigid space of Euclid
 Euclidean idea of space. But this reform will be in a
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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 abstract Euclidean plane. I must look upon it as a surface
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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 rigid forms of curve in a rigid Euclidean space, would help
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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 bodies. Yet neither shall I find a mere empty Euclidean
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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 Euclidean space.
 only looks to us plainly Euclidean. We think it nicely there,
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