**The Foundations of Geometry**

by David Hilbert

**Publisher**: Project Gutenberg 1902**ISBN/ASIN**: 1603860088**Number of pages**: 101

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Axioms were uncovered in Euclid's geometry. These discoveries were organized into a more rigorous axiomatic system by David Hilbert in his Grundlagen der Geometrie (1899; The Foundations of Geometry). In this and related systems, however, logical connectives and their properties are taken for granted and remain implicit.

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