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Rudd Redux?

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger This sad case keeps himself in the public eye only thanks to his wife’s financial support and his friends and “friends” in media. If not for them, the wiser public would say “good … Continue reading

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Sceptics and cynics

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger There are many definitions of sceptics, all of them, in my self-serving opinion, favourable. For example: “Sceptic, literally means one who thinks for himself, and does not receive on another’s testimony (from Gr. … Continue reading

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Mathematika a éthika

George Santayana :-  Kdyby mathematika nebyla nic víc než záliba, mohla by se stát neřestí. Kdo by se jí oddávali, snad by hověli atavistické náklonnosti ke škodě svého lidství. Mathematika by potom byla v postavení, které dnes zaujímá mythologie a … Continue reading

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