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"Mathematics may be defined as the subject in which we never know
what we are talking about, nor whether what we are saying is true"
 ______________Bertrand Russell ______________

The Readings b. I
'The Distinction Is the Form'.

This Reading is about the concept with wich I have lived all my life:
Throughout the years more recognition was found and collected.
It was Drs. L.J. Kalmijn who introduced me to the Language of Mathematics. 
I am for ever in debt for his patience and the hours we shared trying to understand 'something'.
The State of awareness being created by understanding the principle thoroughly
- as is the name of this reading - 'the distinction is the form' -
has an outcome simply Divine and will bring you to original sources,
Platonian and Aristotlian, and the Vedic Math.

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 The Famous Appendix by G. Spencer Brown


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