Riemann • Riemann Surfaces
March 11, 2012 • 3:58PM

Here, in the third part of a four-part series of presentations on non-quantitative change, Jason Ross discusses Riemann's journey beyond the appearances of the perceptual world, to discover the geometry of the dynamic that underlies it. As the Riemann II(a) video covered Dirichlet's principle as a defense of metaphor, this presentation covers the other aspect of Riemann's work: the implied topology of complex functions as discovered through the singularities that define their spaces.

Accompanying material: Q+A and interactive animations

(Part 3 of a series of 4.)