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http://archive.bridgesmathart.org/2015/bridges2015-331.pdf Eight-Pointed Star and Precise Construction of 7×7 Square Grid - Dmitri Kozlov

http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0196740 A consistent and general modified Venn diagram approach that provides insights into regression analysis - Robert M. O’Brien


http://www.jfsowa.com/pubs/egtut.pdf Peirce’s Tutorial on Existential Graphs - John F. Sowa


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5113735/ Context Processing and the Neurobiology of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - Israel Liberzon, M.D. and James L. Abelson, M.D. Ph.D.

Horne’s debunking of the bourgeois-democratic revolution goes against the grain of 175 years of Marxist thinking. For many theorists overly influenced by the bourgeois historians that preceded Marx and Engels, there is a tendency to repeat the “stagist” conceptions that saw human history as an escalator leading upward to advanced civilizations. For Hegel, this was the Prussian state. For Marxists, especially those who read too much Darwin, the stages of past history always gave way to a more “enlightened” society with feudalism giving way to capitalism and capitalism giving way to socialism. Naturally, Great Britain and the United States were considered exemplars of such unimpeded progress, so much so that Communist Party leader Earl Browder proclaimed that Communism was Twentieth Century Americanism”. It took Howard Zinn and other revisionist historians of the 1960s to critically examine such a claim and Gerald Horne to put the final nail in its coffin.



George W. Mackey - Mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics (Dover Books on Mathematics)



Every Frame A Painting


Again, in the just-cited letter to Lady Welby of May 20, 1911, Peirce wrote, “… the universe is not governed by immutable law. The proof of this is surprisingly simple. Namely, I show that if precisely the same consequence always resulted from the same cause, there could be no real progress. Now there is real progress.”

what are tychism and synechism? how does peirce's philosophy of difference compare with deleuze's?



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