Monthly Archives: October 2015

Laws of the Universe and Teaching

Time for another break from research (at least the normal kind). I seem to be always discovering fundamental Laws of the Universe, especially about teaching. I’d like to share some of them with you.  They are each called “Wadge’s Law” … Continue reading

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Universal Hybrid Calculus

The Universal Hybrid Calculus (UHC) is a simple logical formalism that has the power of the monadic predicate calculus but has no bound variables. Natural language statements (which also do not use variables) can be formulated more directly in the … Continue reading

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