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- Plato, one of the top-ranked mathematicians of his time and of all time, was very impressed by. geometry.
- 1 Plato's View on the Importance of Mathematics Plato (427-347
- truth. The second characteristic is that the advanced parts of arithmetic and geometry have the power to draw the soul from becoming to beings.
- The dialog Menon give us information how sophisticated the
- Plato has to do with the permanent and unchanging structure of reality. Pure mathematics and geometry are on the top of the tekne-hierarchy.
- God is always doing geometry. What Plato meant by this is no clearer now than it was in the first century a.d.
- Geometric proof theory of intuitionistic geometry
- Apartness in geometry. III. Proof analysis.
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- Seeking Harmony: The Value of Precollegiate Philosophy
- The point is that by thinking philosophically about geometry, Plato was able to draw deeper conclusions about reality.
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- Plato FAQ: "Let no one ignorant of geometry enter"
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- Geometry in Art & Architecture Unit 6
- Although Plato loved geometry, he would not have been good at teaching a course in Art & Geometry because he had a low opinion of art.
- Over the door of the Academy was written: "Let no one unversed in geometry enter here".
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