• ...the differential element of non-Euclidean spaces is Euclidean. This fact, however, is analogous to the relations between a straight line and a curve, and cannot lead to an epistemological priority of Euclidean geometry, in contrast to the views of certain authors.

    Hans Reichenbach (1958). “Philosophie Der Raum-Zeit-Lehre”, p.83, Courier Corporation
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