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Topic: *mathematica is four subjects, one of which is not arithmetic
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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*mathematica is four subjects, one of which is not arithmetic
Posted: Nov 12, 2013 3:30 PM
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I am tired of getting no reply from youse guys,
for perfectly ordinary opinions & queries.

anyway, logic is isomorphic to ordinary arithmetic,
which is a simple proof, and is why the "trivium should
not actually be taught;
the trivium is really the deployment of language, and
what better way to learn it, than
by the "hands on study of the quadrivium,
and throw some ShakespearE at them (if
it was good enough for England, with the KJV Bible to study,
and the plays to teach (those
which are more powerful than their anagram



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