How much of topology one needs to know to have a great knowledge of the math of Special and General Relativity?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm asking this because I'm interested in really look at the theory of Relativity with the eyes of a mathematician.

I suppose that just knowing what a manifold is or even what a topological space is, isn't enough. But also, I suppose that Relativity doesn't require one having a "phD" in topology.

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# I Topology and Relativity

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