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  1. The closest thing to Kant’s intuitive space, for Poincare, is not Euclidean space but rather the more minimal intuitive idea of continuity, which is one of the features presupposed in Euclidean space. Rather than intuitive time, Poincaré emphasizes the intuitive understanding of indefinite iteration for number theory. Though he views time as ...

  2. May 29, 2018 · POINCARé, JULES HENRI. ( b. Nancy, France, 29 April 1854; d. Paris, France, 17 July 1912), mathematics, celestial mechanics, theoretical physics, philosophy of science. For the original article on Poincaré see DSB, vol. 11. Historical studies of Henri Poincaré’s life and science turned a corner two years after the publication of Jean ...

  3. Henri Poincaré. (Nancy, Francia, 1854 - París, 1912) Matemático francés. Ingresó en el Polytechnique en 1873, continuó sus estudios en la Escuela de Minas bajo la tutela de Charles Hermite, y se doctoró en matemáticas en 1879. Fue nombrado profesor de física matemática en La Sorbona (1881), puesto que mantuvo hasta su muerte.

  4. Jules Henri Poincaré (April 29, 1854 – July 17, 1912), generally known as Henri Poincaré, was one of France 's greatest mathematicians and theoretical physicists, and a philosopher of science. He is often described as a polymath and as 'The Last Universalist' in mathematics, because he excelled in all fields of the discipline as it existed ...

  5. Jul 17, 2012 · Poincaré also acted as a surprising link between Einstein and Picasso, who were both inspired by his best-selling Science and Hypothesis, published in 1902. Working as a patent clerk in Bern ...

  6. And, lastly, in the domain of physical astronomy, some of the most conspicuous advances made in the last few years have been achieved by introducing into the discussion the ideas, the principles, the methods, and the results of the theory of functions. … the refined and extremely difficult work of Poincare and others in physical astronomy has ...

  7. Raymond Poincaré [ rémon puenkaré] ( 20. srpen 1860, Bar-le-Duc – 15. října 1934, Paříž) byl francouzský konzervativní politik, prezident Francouzské republiky v letech 1913 až 1920 a předtím i poté celkově třikrát premiér. Byl bratrancem matematika Henriho Poincaré .

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