Monthly Archives: December 2013

Alpha Now, Omega Later : 5

Re: R.J. Lipton and K.W. Regan • Isomorphism Is Where It’s At “Are there more good cases of isomorphism to study?” Just off the top of my head, a couple of examples come to mind. Sign Relations.  In computational settings, … Continue reading

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Alpha Now, Omega Later : 4

Re: Cristopher Moore on Theorems From Physics? It is critically important to distinguish between the objective landscape, the boolean functions as mathematical objects, and the syntactic landscape, the particular formal language we are using as a propositional calculus to denote … Continue reading

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Alpha Now, Omega Later : 3

Re: R.J. Lipton and K.W. Regan • Theorems From Physics? Bits of Synchronicity … What kind of information process is scientific inquiry? What kinds of information process are involved in the various types of inference — abductive, deductive, inductive — … Continue reading

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