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From non-Euclidean geometries to Picasso, Stravinski, Ionesco $\dots$ Otherwise: About the route to maximum freedom of creative thinking in the European sciences and arts of $19^{th}$ and $20^{th}$ century. (English)
Creat. Math. Inform. 15, 137-155 (2006).
Summary: Some special aspects of the European creative thinking in sciences and arts are discussed. In the $XIX^{th}$ and $XX^{th}$ 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.
Classification: E20 M80
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