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 noun Plural form of
algebraist .
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This description implied among other things that the structures elementarily equivalent to R are exactly the realclosed fields, a class of fields which was already known to the algebraists in its own right.

And, in a technical sense, they lived on in the algebraists 'investigations of nonarchimedean fields.

Apart from the fact that it uses a formal firstorder language, this is exactly the algebraists 'usual definition of the class of abelian groups; model theory formalises a kind of definition that is extremely common in mathematics.

Every sect, we know, is a mere title of error; while there is no sect of geometricians, of algebraists, of arithmeticians; because all the propositions of geometry, algebra, and arithmetic, are true.

"You have a quarrel on hand, I see," said I, "with some of the algebraists of Paris; but proceed."

With the algebraists, however, who are Pagans themselves, the

What the algebraists in this tradition did was to build algebraic theories (of Boolean algebras, and relation algebras) with among other interpretations a logical one.

With the algebraists, however, who are Pagans themselves, the 'Pagan fables' _are_ believed, and the inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory, as through an unaccountable addling of the brains.

With the algebraists, however, who are Pagans themselves, the 'Pagan fables' _are_ believed; and the inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory, as through an unaccountable addling of the brains.

You have a quarrel on hand, I see, said I, with some of the algebraists of Parisbut proceed.
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