Category Archives: Proust

Precursors of Category Theory : 3

Act only according to that maxim by which you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law. Immanuel Kant (1785) Precursors of Category Theory Peirce Cued by Kant’s idea on the function of concepts in … Continue reading

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Precursors of Category Theory : 2

Thanks to art, instead of seeing one world only, our own, we see that world multiply itself and we have at our disposal as many worlds as there are original artists … ☙ Marcel Proust Precursors of Category Theory When … Continue reading

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The Way The Cookie Uncrumbles Itself

I put down the cup and turn to my mind. It is up to my mind to find the truth. But how? What grave uncertainty, whenever the mind feels overtaken by itself; when it, the seeker, is also the obscure … Continue reading

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