Felix Klein’s so-called Erlangen Program was published in 1872 as professoral dissertation. It proposed a new solution to the problem how to classify and characterize geometries on the basis of projective geometry and group theory. The given translation was made in 1892 by Dr. M. W. Haskell and transcribed by N. C. Rughoonauth.
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