Symposium on the Axiomatic Method WHAT IS ELEMENTARY GEOMETRY ?

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In colloquial language the term elementary geometry is used loosely to refer to the body of notions and theorems which, following the tradition of Euclid's Elements, form the subject matter of geometry courses in secondary schools. Thus the term has no well determined meaning and can be subjected to various interpretations. If we wish to make elementary geometry a topic of metamathematical investigation and to obtain

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@inproceedings{Tarski2006SymposiumOT, title={Symposium on the Axiomatic Method WHAT IS ELEMENTARY GEOMETRY ?}, author={Alfred Tarski}, year={2006} }