2002
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-662-04386-8
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“…They supported one another, published together, and maintained an intensive mathematical correspondence. Klein, moreover, went out his way to promote Lie's career (see Rowe 1989;Stubhaug 2002). Even though they came to disagree over certain matters later in life, Klein took these differences in stride and, in 1897, even endorsed Lie's candidacy to receive the inaugural Lobatschewski Prize (see Klein, GMA 1923).…”
Section: The Characteristics Of Klein's Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…They supported one another, published together, and maintained an intensive mathematical correspondence. Klein, moreover, went out his way to promote Lie's career (see Rowe 1989;Stubhaug 2002). Even though they came to disagree over certain matters later in life, Klein took these differences in stride and, in 1897, even endorsed Lie's candidacy to receive the inaugural Lobatschewski Prize (see Klein, GMA 1923).…”
Section: The Characteristics Of Klein's Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Numa carta escrita em 1893 a seu amigo Bjornson, Lie diz: "Sem a fantasia, nunca se tornaria um matemático, e o que me deu um lugar entre os matemáticos de nossos dias, apesar da minha falta de conhecimento e forma, foi a audácia do meu pensamento". [8] A questão básica é a relação de diferentes formas de conhecimento, como relacionar Matemática e Artes. Isso precisa de algumas perguntas preliminares: o que é conhecimento?…”
Section: Sobre Ficção Fantasia E Motivaçãounclassified
“…Sophus Lie (pronounced Lee), pictured in Fig. 1.1, was another Norwegian mathematician who lived from 1842-1899 [20]. He began where Abel's research ended and explored the connection of Abstract Algebra and Group Theory with Geometry.…”
Section: Historical Perspectivementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Of his prison stay he later commented, "I think that a Mathematician is comparatively well suited to be in Prison." [20]. Other mathematicians may not agree with his assessment of the mathematical personality.…”
Section: Difference Listsmentioning
confidence: 99%