From non-Euclidean geometries to Picasso, Stravinski, Ionesco


Dan I. Papuc


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In this article some special aspects of the European creative thinking in sciences and arts are discussed. In the XIXth and XXth centuries the European creative thinking in sciences and arts attained a very high level of freedom, creating the first non-Euclidean geometry, the relativity theory, the nonconformist arts. These results of European culture became of utmost importance in the progress of human civilization.

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Papuc, Dan, I.