ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLANE AND SOLID GEOMETRY

@article{Arana2012ONTR,
  title={ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLANE AND SOLID GEOMETRY},
  author={Andrew P. Arana and Paolo Mancosu},
  journal={The Review of Symbolic Logic},
  year={2012},
  volume={5},
  pages={294 - 353}
}
Traditional geometry concerns itself with planimetric and stereometric considerations, which are at the root of the division between plane and solid geometry. To raise the issue of the relation between these two areas brings with it a host of different problems that pertain to mathematical practice, epistemology, semantics, ontology, methodology, and logic. In addition, issues of psychology and pedagogy are also important here. To our knowledge there is no single contribution that studies in… 
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