Mario Pieri was “a true bridge between the two most prestigious Italian schools of mathematics of [his] epoch: that of logic and that of algebraic geometry.”1 Yet his works are not as well known to today’s scholars as they should be. Pieri left a legacy of results in algebraic and differential geometry, vector analysis, foundations of mathematics, logic, and philosophy of science that are worth knowing, not just for their historical value, but as well for their mathematical and philosophical import.


Middle School Algebraic Geometry Projective Geometry Temporary Position Analytic Geometry 
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