Working Through Book I of Euclid’s Elements

Recently I re-worked my way through all forty-eight propositions of Book I of Euclid's Elements. In the book, Euclid offers a captivating introduction to classical geometry, which straddles the world of perfect abstraction on the one hand, yet also Euclidean geometry relies upon certain principles of the physical world around us. For example, in some … Continue reading Working Through Book I of Euclid’s Elements