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**John B. Little**
(2022)

The eclectic content and sources of Clavius’s Geometria Practica.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 391-424).
(/isis/citation/CBB235685367/)

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**Andrea Del Centina**
(2022)

Brianchon and Poncelet’s joint memoir, the nine-point circle, and beyond.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 363-390).
(/isis/citation/CBB943603800/)

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**Viktor Blåsjö**
(2022)

Operationalism: An Interpretation of the Philosophy of Ancient Greek Geometry.
*Foundations of Science*
(pp. 587-708).
(/isis/citation/CBB877742567/)

Article
**C. D. McCoy**
(2022)

The Constitution of Weyl’s Pure Infinitesimal World Geometry.
*HOPOS*
(pp. 189-208).
(/isis/citation/CBB575014368/)

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**Marie Anglade; Jean-Yves Briend**
(2022)

Nombrils, bruslans, autrement foyerz: la géométrie projective en action dans le Brouillon Project de Girard Desargues.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 173-206).
(/isis/citation/CBB904348071/)

Article
**Jan Halák**
(2022)

Mathematics embodied: Merleau-Ponty on geometry and algebra as fields of motor enaction.
*Synthese*
(p. 34).
(/isis/citation/CBB074170500/)

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**Christián C. Carman**
(2022)

François Viète's method for calculating the eccentricity in a bisected model and its possible application to Kepler's Vicarious Hypothesis.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 71-91).
(/isis/citation/CBB642303099/)

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**P H Enflo; M S Moslehian; J B Seoane-Sepúlveda**
(2022)

A history of solving some famous problems in mathematical analysis.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 64-80).
(/isis/citation/CBB718838892/)

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**Andrea Del Centina**
(2022)

Carnot’s theory of transversals and its applications by Servois and Brianchon: the awakening of synthetic geometry in France.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 45-128).
(/isis/citation/CBB805193826/)

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**Alberto Cogliati**
(2022)

Vitali’s generalized absolute differential calculus.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 15-43).
(/isis/citation/CBB174947474/)

Article
**Günther Eder**
(2021)

Frege on intuition and objecthood in projective geometry.
*Synthese*
(pp. 6523-6561).
(/isis/citation/CBB221284966/)

Article
**Laura Kotevska**
(2021)

Moral improvement through mathematics: Antoine Arnauld and Pierre Nicole’s Nouveaux éléments de géométrie.
*Synthese*
(pp. 1727-1749).
(/isis/citation/CBB373036205/)

Article
**Michael Friedman**
(2021)

On Mascheroni's La geometria del compasso at the beginning of the 19th century.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 55-79).
(/isis/citation/CBB210159180/)

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**Eduardo N. Giovannini**
(2021)

David Hilbert and the foundations of the theory of plane area.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 649-698).
(/isis/citation/CBB044087153/)

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**Gonzalo Luis Recio**
(2021)

Kepler’s derivation of the bisection of the earth’s orbit in Astronomia Nova.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 151-169).
(/isis/citation/CBB290881217/)

Article
**Andrea Del Centina; Alessandra Fiocca**
(2021)

The chords theorem recalled to life at the turn of the eighteenth century.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 6-39).
(/isis/citation/CBB673858384/)

Article
**Günther Eder**
(2021)

Frege and the origins of model theory in nineteenth century geometry.
*Synthese*
(pp. 5547-5575).
(/isis/citation/CBB484264044/)

Article
**Vincenzo De Risi**
(2021)

Euclid’s Common Notions and the Theory of Equivalence.
*Foundations of Science*
(pp. 301-324).
(/isis/citation/CBB348431913/)

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**Ricardo Rodríguez Hurtado; Juan A. Nicolás; Javier Echeverría Ezponda**
(2021)

The geometric origin of perspectivist science in G.W. Leibniz. Analysis based on unpublished manuscripts.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 1-22).
(/isis/citation/CBB306619869/)

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**Francesco Di Giacomo**
(2021)

Early theoretical chemistry: Plato’s chemistry in Timaeus.
*Foundations of Chemistry*
(pp. 17-30).
(/isis/citation/CBB273315507/)

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