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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
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    • nerves. Origin of geometry lies in movement. Man keeps earth alive.
    • our bone system. How is it, for instance, that man can do geometry?
    • The higher animals have no geometry; that can be seen from their way
    • animals have a geometry, only we do not notice it.” Now, man can
    • form a geometry. But how, for example, does he form the conception of
    • These movements to which you give fixed forms in geometry — when
    • In evolving geometry he is copying something that he himself does in
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
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    • Thus all the teaching, even what is given in geometry and arithmetic
    • even in arithmetic and geometry. That is why I said yesterday (In

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