Ars inveniendi

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Ars inveniendi (Latin for "art of invention") is a chief notion of mathesis universalis and implies ascertaining truth through the use of mathematics.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marciszewski, Witold (1984). "The principle of comprehension as a present-day contribution to mathesis universalis". Philosophia Naturalis (21): 525–526.