The paper has a form of a survey on basics of logical geometry and consists of three parts. It is focused on the relationship between many-sorted theory, which leads to logical geometry and one-sorted theory, which is based on important model-theoretic concepts. Our aim is to show that both approaches go in parallel and there are bridges which allow to transfer results, notions and problems back and forth. Thus, an additional freedom in choosing an approach appears. A list of problems which naturally arise in this field is another objective of the paper.
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- Affine space
- Halmos algebra
- Logical geometry
- Multi-sorted algebra
- Type of a point
- Universal algebraic geometry