Paolo Di Sia, An Historical - Didactic Introduction to Algebra, ILSHS Volume 66, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 66)
    In this Paper we Consider a Teaching Educational Introduction to Ideas and Concepts of Algebra. we Follow a Historical Path, Starting by the Egyptians and the Babylonians, Passing through the Greeks, the Arabs, and the Figure of Omar Khayyām, for Coming to the Middle Age, the Renaissance, and the Nineteenth Century. Interesting and Peculiar Characteristics Related to the Different Geographical Areas in which Algebra has Developed are Taken into Account. the Scientific Rigorous Followed Treatment Allows the Use of the Paper Also as a Pedagogical Introduction to this Fundamental Branch of Current Mathematics.
    Algebra, Didactics, History of Science, Mathematics, Pedagogy, Philosophy of Science