Metamathematische Methoden in der Geometrie

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Ishi Press International, 2011 - Mathematics - 510 pages
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This is an important contribution to Euclidean Geometry. Wolfram Schwabhauser was a German mathematical logician, who studied model theory in geometry, and co-operated closely with Alfred Tarski and Wanda Szmielew over this book on the metamathematical foundation of Euclidean geometry, based on the Tarski axioms. A new forward in 2011 by Michael Beeson, a professor in the Math Department of San Jose State University, explains in lay terms the origins and differences between Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries."

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