It's probably a silly question but it interests me when was the convention of writing proofs in first person plural introduced?
Are here any historical examples of a different POV for proof writing?
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I couldn't find when a the shift in writing style occurred, but I do recall reading papers by Euler in which he uses I. Though, I cannot read Latin and these were translated.