Gersonide, le pseudo-Tūsi, et le postulat des paralléles

Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 2 (1):39 (1992)
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Euclid's Elements were translated into Hebrew from Arabic in the 13th century; but precious few of the Arabic commentaries have come down to us in a Hebrew version. Nonetheless, a study of several texts dealing with the Fifth Postulate of Book I reveals that the Hebrew authors are greatly indebted to Arabic sources



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