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Edwards: Projective geometry

347p. The elements of geometry are points, lines and planes, together with Space and Nothing. In Euclidian geometry, we observe these as if we are point-centred beings
concerned with extensive measurement. In non-Euclidian, projective geometry, we are 'planar' beings observing spatial relations, free of measurement, as dynamic and transformational. This polar opposite vision of intensive space reveals remarkable secrets. Lawrence Edwards invites the reader to discover these secrets through practical exercises in creative geometry.
Lawrence Edwards is a retired teacher of mathematics. He was inspired to carry out scientific research testing whether the path curves he found in projective  geometry applied to real forms in nature. His results are published in his book, The Vortex of

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