Category Archives: Meno

Supple Agony

A lack of knowing, my lack of knowing How to supply either lack of knowing. Complemental and supplemental ∠s.

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Slip Slidin’ Away

Re: Zeno Proof Paradox And you give me the choice between a description that is sure but that teaches me nothing and hypotheses that claim to teach me but that are not sure. — Albert Camus • The Myth of … Continue reading

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Meno Meno Tekel Upharsin

Re: Theodora Goss Can we ever become what we weren’t in eternity? Can we ever learn what we weren’t born knowing? Can we ever share what we never had in common? Lately I’ve begun to see that these ancient riddles … Continue reading

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A Meno Acid

What answers to the Meno Paradox Comes in the moment of realizing — Gathering together the building blocks Is just the beginning of the building.

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Quotiens?

How many times do I repeat the same experience? Before I come to see it as the same experience?

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I Wonder, Wonder Who

Re: Who Invented Boolean Functions? The question recalls recent discussions of discovery and invention in the mathematical field, bringing back to mind questions I’ve wondered about for as long as I can remember. Speaking as an unreconstructed Platonic realist, I … Continue reading

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Ask Meno Questions • Code Meno Code

Adapted from Prospects for Inquiry Driven Systems 1.1.2.3. The Trees, The Forest A sticking point of the whole discussion has just been reached. In the idyllic setting of a knowledge field the question of systematic inquiry takes on the following … Continue reading

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