Monthly Archives: October 2013

Every Day Is All Hallows Night

The film of nightmare that covers the world. The work it takes to make it mean something.

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Architectonics of Inquiry : 1

Re: Teaching Helps Research Along these lines, if somewhat tangentially, are some questions that I’ve wondered about for many years. How do research and teaching interact, and how might they act to catalyze one another in the best of possible … Continue reading

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Differential Analytic Turing Automata : 1

Re: Proving Cook’s Theorem Synchronicity Rules❢ I just started reworking an old exposition of mine on Cook’s Theorem, where I borrowed the Parity Function example from Wilf (1986), Algorithms and Complexity, and translated it into the cactus graph syntax for … Continue reading

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Definition and Determination : 10

The moment, then, that we pass from nothing and the vacuity of being to any content or sphere, we come at once to a composite content and sphere.  In fact, extension and comprehension — like space and time — are … Continue reading

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Does your dualism lose its flavor on the bedpost overnight? Unblock your inquiry with a dose of Peirce’s Elixir Triadic❢ ☞ Inquiry Driven Systems : Are There Apps For That? Frequently encountered complementarities, dualities, or design trade-offs Integrating data-driven (empiricist) … Continue reading

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