Letter to Saint-Venant (1845) as quoted by Michael J. Crowe, A History of Vector Analysis: The Evolution of the Idea of a Vectorial System (1967)

# Hermann Grassmann citáty

## Hermann Grassmann

**Dátum narodenia:** 15. apríl 1809**Dátum úmrtia:** 26. september 1877

Hermann Günther Grassmann was a German polymath, known in his day as a linguist and now also as a mathematician. He was also a physicist, neohumanist, general scholar, and publisher. His mathematical work was little noted until he was in his sixties. Wikipedia

### Citáty Hermann Grassmann

As quoted in "Diverse Topics: The Origin of Thought Forms," The Monist (1892) Vol. 2 https://books.google.com/books?id=8akLAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA120 ed., Paul Carus, citing The Open Court Vol. II. No. 77. A Flaw in the Foundation of Geometry by Hermann Grassmann, translated from his Ausdehnungslehre

the "ideas of analysis" to which he returned, are those quoted above.

Ausdehnungslehre (1844)

Forward, as quoted by Mario Livio, Is God a Mathematician? (2009)

Ausdehnungslehre (1844)

Ausdehnungslehre (1844)

Ausdehnungslehre (1844)

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Ausdehnungslehre (1844)

Zero can never be a unit.

Definition 3. Part 1. The Elementary Conjunctions of Extensive Magnitudes. Ch. 1. Addition, Subtraction, Multiples and Fractions of Extensive Magnitudes. 1. Concepts and laws of calculation. Extension Theory Hermann Grassman, History of Mathematics (2000) Vol. 19 Tr. Lloyd C. Kannenberg, American Mathematical Society, London Mathematical Society

Ausdehnungslehre (1844)

Ausdehnungslehre (1844)