MATHEMATICS (MS 1-278)
Probably manuscript of an address to the New York Mathematical Society, November 24, 1894. Published, in part, as 8.93 n2. Was Euclid a non-Euclidean geometer? Probably! Properties of space. Evidence for thinking there is an absolute which is a real quadric surface. Newton's argument that space is an entity and its bearing on non-Euclidean Geometry. On back of p. 11: "Professor Fiske" [i.e., Thomas S. Fiske].
Absolute, the, Euclid, Geometry, Euclidean (nonEuclidean), Mathematics, Newton Isaac, Space
pp. 2-11; plus 4 pp. of an earlier draft
MATHEMATICS / ANALYTIC GEOMETRY