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A topological space $X$, or rather its homotopy type, is called simple if
the fundamental group $\pi_1(X)$ is abelian;
its canonical action on all higher homotopy groups $\pi_{\bullet \geq 2}(X)$ is trivial.
and thus, in particular,
every loop space is nilpotent
(since all its connected components are homotopy equivalent to the unit component, which is a connected H-space).
(See May-Ponto 12, p. 49 (77 of 542))
Simple spaces are also nilpotent spaces (May-Ponto 12, p. 49 (77 of 542)).
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