| 1865
...secondary consequences, and furnishes, for it« practical applications, methods of perfect generality? " **There is not only a close analogy between the operations...which the two classes of operations are conducted.** . . . There exist, indeed, certain general principles, branded in the very nature of langnage, by which... | |
| Brian Winston - 1998 - 374 pagina’s
...symbolic language of a Calculus, and upon this foundation to establish the science of Logic. . . . **There is not only a close analogy between the operations...which the two classes of operations are conducted.** (Goldstine 1972: 32) Turing, as a child at prep school, complained that his first arithmetic master... | |
| James Gasser - 2000 - 336 pagina’s
...secondary consequences, and furnishes, for its practical applications, methods of perfect generality? **'There is not only a close analogy between the operations...which the two classes of operations are conducted.** . . . There exist, indeed, certain general principles, founded in the very nature of language, by which... | |
| Herman H. Goldstine - 1980 - 378 pagina’s
...observation being the very operations and processes of which we desire to determine the laws. . . . 6. ... **There is not only a close analogy between the operations...which the two classes of operations are conducted.** . . . Logic, in its practical aspect, as a system of processes carried on by the aid of symbols having... | |
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