Daily Archives: July 31, 2021

Notes On Categories • 2

Re: Category Theory • Joe Moeller JM: In category theory, we have this perspective that we should focus attention on maps, on the relationships between objects, rather than on the objects themselves.  What’s your favorite examples of people giving a … Continue reading

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Logical Graphs • Discussion 3

Re: Peirce List • JFS • RM • ET • RM • JFS • JFS • RM Dear John, Robert, Edwina, The Peirce List discussion on “thinking in diagrams vs thinking in words” called to mind the time I spent … Continue reading

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