Considerate Reason • 1

Re: R.J. LiptonWhy Is Discrete Math Hard To Teach?

Rhetoric deals with forms of argument that consider the interpreter.  As considerate reason, it is involved in the style of training the Greeks dubbed education, “leading out”, and it leads in our time to both semiotics and computer programming.

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