# Carl Friedrich Gauss

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The CGS framework retreats to a proposition in 1832 by the German mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss to base an arrangement of supreme units on the three essential units of length, mass and time. Gauss picked the units of millimeter, milligram and second The centimetre–gram–second arrangement of units (truncated CGS or cgs) is a variation of the metric framework taking into account the centimeter as the unit of length, the gram as the unit of mass, and the second as the unit of time. All CGS mechanical units are unambiguously gotten from these three base units, however there are a few distinctive methods for extending the CGS framework to cover electromagnetism. The CGS framework has been to a great extent supplanted by the MKS framework…

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that she never before could as a middle-class woman” (Swift). As Germain’s confidence in the field of mathematics grew, she began to focus on studying areas of mathematics that were unexplored. One of these unexplored areas that drew Germain’s interest was number theory, specifically Fermat’s Last Theorem (Singh). As she began working on problems in number theory, she felt that she needed someone to share her findings with, so she started communicating with Carl Friedrich Gauss, a German number…

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there would be a lot of big key math. His parents were not very wealthy. They were actually poor. His mom payed more attenchion to him then his dad did. Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss was born on April 30, 1777 and he died on February 23, 1855. He was very successful. He was able to accomplish some big things before he passed. He was a German mathematician. The fields that he was in are These include number theory, algebra, statistics, differential geometry, electrostatics, astronomy, and many…

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Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann was a German mathematician who made huge contributions to the field of mathematics, and more specifically calculus. Riemann was born on September 17, 1826 in Breselenz, Germany. His father, Friedrich Bernhard Riemann, was a poor pastor, and his mother, Charlotte Ebell, died before her children had reached adulthood. Growing up, Riemann showed exceptional skill with mathematics, such as his abilities in calculation. In fact, in 1840, Riemann went to live with his…

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was deemed to become the age of information has become the age of miscommunication. Modernism was and is to a large extent the most infectious and violent critical discourse birthed from the Enlightenment and the modern culture industry has brought mass society into a state of passivity – a culture that now “impresses the same stamp on everything” (Adorno, Horkheimer, 1). The world has become interconnected to the point in which individuals have become so alienated and isolated from it’s larger…

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At this time Marx became intellectually influenced by Henri de Saint-Simon and his followers (Appelrouth & Edles 2012). During this time Marx formulated Christian Socialism, an attempt at organizing modern industrial society according to the social principles espoused by Christianity (Appelrouth & Edles 2012). The contributions of many forward thinkers went into forming the established theories of Marx including, but not limited to, political economists Adam Smith and David Ricardo. During this…

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towards the benefits of the state. The benefits of the group are driven by politics and properties and businesses are owned by the state instead of the individuals. Ultimately, both systems limit the freedoms of the individual as well as their economic success. Communism is an economic theory established by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in 1848. Karl Marx (1818 -1883) and Friedrich Engels (1820 - 1895), who are philosophers, economists, sociologists, and journalists, wanted to end capitalism…

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This verse has a striking similarity with Nietzsche 's explanation of Gay Science that should carry the heaviest burden. Hafez also believes that this burden is so heavy that even the whole cosmological order could not carry it and flinched from accepting this huge responsibility and transferred it to human. His interpretation of "burden" gives primarily a negativ impression and later a positive one: when one undertakes the burden, first of all, its weight hunches one 's shoulder. But, it is in…

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constantly was drunk and fought with students. His dad then enrolled him at the University of Berlin, there he studied philosophy and law for four years. He was introduced to philosophy by his professor, G.W.F Hegel and became in association with a group called “Young Hegelians,” where they opposed and criticized many institutions, such as politics, philosophy, and religion. After graduating, Marx became a journalist. He began writing for the Rheinische Newspaper, and became the editor in 1842.…

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There are few philosophical quotes as well know but misunderstood than Frederick Nietzsche’s quote “God is dead”. This phrase first appeared in an 1882 collection of Nietzsche’s work entitled The Gay Science and since then has be a prime example of the inherent controversy involved with philosophy. However, despite the phrase evoking strong reactions and being parodied in pop culture, very few people are aware of what it actually means. In order to understand what Nietzsche meant by “God is…

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