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Zero is New Olds
A second part of reporting my thoughts upon reading “Zero: the biography of a dangerous idea” by C. Seidel. Recall that my work centers upon orientation upon objects as the significant philosophical issue of our time. The excerpt pictures above gives a manner by which to apprehend the coupling of history and idea that informs […]

Zero is Old New(s)
I’m reading “Zero: the biography of a dangerous idea” by C Seife. It starts off telling us about the properties of 0. And thus how weird it is. But, it never tells us why such mathematical properties are such. For example: Why does 0 x 4 = 0 ? A quick search on the web […]

Philosophical Stats: Kierkegaard’s “contemporary“ represented in mathematical terms.
Kierkegaard is often misunderstood to be speaking of every individual human being. The misunderstanding arises because he talks about the “individual”, for example, he even has an essay called “the crowd is untruth”. Yet another mistaken idea of his that is often used by born again Christians to reify their faith, is his talk about […]

The Canonical of a priori and a posteriori Variational Calculus as Phenomenologically Driven. Note Quote.
The Canonical of a priori and a posteriori Variational Calculus as Phenomenologically Driven. Note Quote. https://altexploit.wordpress.com/2018/05/14/thecanonicalofaprioriandaposteriorivariationalcalculusasphenomenologicallydrivennotequote/ — Read on altexploit.wordpress.com/2018/05/14/thecanonicalofaprioriandaposteriorivariationalcalculusasphenomenologicallydrivennotequote/
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