Philosophia Scientae:43-59 (2005)

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Brendan Larvor
University of Hertfordshire
Abstract
By the middle of the seventeenth century we that find that algebra is able to offer proofs in its own right. That is, by that time algebraic argument had achieved the status of proof. How did this transformation come about?
Keywords mathematics  algebra  history
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DOI 10.4000/philosophiascientiae.378
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