# Changes related to "Euclid"

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#### 13 February 2016

- (diff | hist) . . m John Wallis; 16:22 . . (+33) . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→Quotes about Wallis: minor edit)
- (diff | hist) . . John Wallis; 16:05 . .
**(+1,260)** . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→Quotes about Wallis: Klein "Greek Math/Thought/Algebra"Wallis/Stevin principle of number=the nought. Principle=first which is such OR last which is not..ancients overlooked..the analogy is not point/unit but point/nought->geometrical magnitude algebra) - (diff | hist) . . Wikipedia; 04:45 . . (+2) . . 223.104.20.125 (talk) (→2009) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)
- (diff | hist) . . Geometry; 04:12 . .
**(+1,031)** . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→D - L: Kline, "Mathematics for..Nonmathmatician": Greek geometry..fatiguing..imagination. Each theorem required a new kind of proof..algebra mechanizes thought-paradoxical: great thinkers..enamored with ideas that mechanize thought)

#### 10 February 2016

- (diff | hist) . . m Aristotle; 15:02 . . (-1) . . Lifeweaver (talk | contribs) (→Disputed: Fixed typo.)
- (diff | hist) . . Wikipedia; 04:44 . .
**(+695)** . . Malik Shabazz (talk | contribs) (→2016: + remarks by Jeb Bush)

#### 9 February 2016

- (diff | hist) . . Geometry; 00:22 . .
**(+703)** . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→M - P: Maudlin, "New Foundations for Physical Geometry": If the Greeks had had a mind to reduce mathematics to one field..their only choice..reduce arithmetic to geometry)

#### 8 February 2016

- (diff | hist) . . Euclid’s Elements; 23:11 . .
**(+887)** . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→S - Z: Stone, "Euclid's Elements" Vol. 2 Preface: beyond..Skill of Man to contrive better..potent/diligent Carpers never..set Footing..happy Empire..Truth..uninterrupted Reign 2k Yrs..profound Peace..vanquish the obstinate/ignorant) - (diff | hist) . . Ptolemy; 14:03 . .
**(+556)** . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→About Ptolemy: Gow, "A Short History of Greek Mathematics": The trigonometry..is the foundation of a new study which was handed on to other nations..& has thenceforth a continuous history of progress)