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Infinitary Logic in the Middle Ages?

Earlier this week I attended Computability in Europe, where I enjoyed catching up with many logic and computability friends, and answering random “did they do X in the Middle Ages?” questions. One in particular warranted a blog post; Benjamin Rin … Continue reading

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A medieval Brexit sophism

(With apologies to Burley, Buridan, Ockham, and PoV.) Curtain opens. Scene: the EU/UK Brexit negotiating room. PLATO, playing the part of the EU negotiators, is sitting at the table. Enter SOCRATES, playing the part of the UK parliament. SOCRATES: “In … Continue reading

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