For related articles, scroll down or click here. Despite the volumes that have been written on this subject, from Riemann's time to ours, an honest examination of the history of the matter reveals that, just as Gauss demonstrated the fraud of Euler, Lagrange, and D'Alembert in his proof of the Fundamental Theorem of algebra, Riemann was right, and his critics, like today's Straussian controllers of Bush and Cheney, were malevolent frauds. Nevertheless, it is fortunate for us that he used that name, as it enables us to fairly accurately reconstruct, not only the scientific origins of Riemann's thought, but the historical-political process from which it arose. Born in to a family of Belgian origin living near Aachen, his early education took place in Bonn. After a year, Dirichlet became employed as a tutor by General Maximilien Sebastien Foy, a republican member of the Chamber of Deputies, who introduced him to Alexander von Humboldt. After Foy's death in , von Humboldt recruited Dirichlet to return to Germany, arranged for him to get a degree even though Dirichlet refused to speak Latin , and eventually succeeded in obtaining for him a professorship at the University of Berlin.
Riemann for Anti-Dummies: Part 20 : Gauss’ Attack on Deductive Thinking
Schiller InstituteLaRouche's Leibniz From Riemann's Standpoint
The rules for finite sums only apply to the series of the first class [absolutely convergent series]. Only these can be considered as the aggregates of their terms; the series of the second class [conditionally convergent series] cannot. This circumstance was overlooked by mathematicians of the previous century, most likely, mainly on the grounds that the series which progress by increasing power of a variable generally that is, excluding individual values of this variable belong to the first class. In this post we will discuss and prove the Riemann series theorem.
Riemann for Anti-Dummies: Part 68 : An Insider
Though all humans are blessed to spend eternity inside the universe, many squander the mortal portion, deluded they are somewhere else. Typical of such beliefs are the notions of Euclidean geometry, empiricism, positivism, existentialism, or that most pernicious of pathologies afflicting our culture today: Baby-Boomerism. Since it is inevitable that those afflicted with this mental disease will experience occasions at least one is guaranteed, though many are likely , in which they will confront the fallacy of their beliefs, dissecting their delusions primarily provides clinical evidence relevant to psycho-pathologists.
Spaceless-Timeless Boundries in Leibniz. LaRouche, Jr. For related articles, scroll down or click here. Eratosthenes' Estimate for the Spheroid. I think that the parade of ideas represented by de Paoli's manuscript, is, by itself, fully adequate for the specific line of argument he develops there.