Henri Poincaré Quote

Mathematicians do not study objects, but the relations between objects; to them it is a matter of indifference if these objects are replaced by others, provided that the relations do not change. Matter does not engage their attention, they are interested in form alone.


Science and Hypothesis (1901)

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Mathematicians do not study objects, but the relations between objects; to them it is a matter of indifference if these objects are replaced by...

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Mathematicians do not study objects, but the relations between objects; to them it is a matter of indifference if these objects are replaced by...

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Mathematicians do not study objects, but the relations between objects; to them it is a matter of indifference if these objects are replaced by...

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Mathematicians do not study objects, but the relations between objects; to them it is a matter of indifference if these objects are replaced by...