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47-48, [Nonius 1546] pp. 1 and 8, [Stevin 1583] p. 1. 5 The status of the constructions 35 imperfect. 30 Despite their insistence on the ungeometrical nature of the mechanical means and the procedures of trial and adjustment that were involved in the constructions of two mean proportionals, mathematicians apparently felt little reluctance in accepting and presenting them; indeed the problem of two rhean proportionals engendered less controversy than the quadrature of the circle. And, as in the case of the circle quadrature, the problem of two mean proportionals did not induce mathematicians to formulate positive criteria for truly geometrical procedures.
The concept did not subsist and change in isolation, it functioned within mathematics and its changes interrelated with the large-scale developments within mathematics. So the underlying simple model of my investigation is that of one changing entity, the subject, within a broader domain, the context, in which global developments occur. It will be useful at the outset to identify not only the subject but also the context, and the developments within it, with respect to which I investigate the subject.
Knorr 1986] pp. 17, 210-218. 36 2. The legitimation of geometrical procedures before 1590 (for instance [Scaliger 1594b]), but others, such as [Viete 1593] and [Sluse 1659] were serious mathematical studies. 6 Conclusion No explicit The examples given above make clear that several sixteenth-century mathcriterion for ematicians showed concern about geometrical exactness, criticizing procedures exactness and proofs for the quadrature of the circle and questioning the geometrical status of constructions beyond the Euclidean canon, in particular those for two mean proportionals.