What do the theorems of Gödel–Deligne, Chevalley–Tarski, Ax–Grothendieck, Tarski–Seidenberg, and Weil–Hrushovski have in common? And what do they have to do with the book under review? Each of these theorems was proven by techniques in a particular mathematical area and by model theoretic methods. In fact, these model theoretic methods often show a pattern… (More)

@inproceedings{Badesa2009ARO,
title={A Review of: The birth of model theory: L{\"o}wenheim’s theory in the frame of the theory of relatives, . . .},
author={Calixto Badesa},
year={2009}
}