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Fathoming Gödel: An Examination of Kurt Gödel's 1931 Paper: On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems 1 By James Spinosa
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A short e-book with a very long title Fathoming Gödel: an Examination of Kurt Gödel’s 1931 Paper: On Formally Undeciable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems 1. ... More > The title of my e-book includes the title of Kurt Gödel’s 1931 paper, and the title of his 1931 paper includes the title of Bertrand Russell and Alfred North Whitehead’s monumental work Principia Mathematica, the title of which harkens back to Isaac Newton’s Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. I remember in high school someone lent me Ernest Nagel and James R. Newman’s book Gödel’s Proof published in 1958. At the time I was quite impressed and thought that if I kept studying assiduously I would one day understand the complex mathematics present in that text. It seems that Gödel’s proofs have had an aura of mystery around them for quite sometime. In high school I believed that Gödel had discovered something profound about the nature of reality and about the limits of human understanding. Now I think he is a fraud.< Less
MYSTICISM AND LOGIC AND OTHER ESSAYS By BERTRAND RUSSELL
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Bertrand Arthur William Russell (b.1872 - d.1970) was a British philosopher, logician, essayist, and social critic, best known for his work in mathematical logic and analytic philosophy. His most... More > influential contributions include his defense of logicism (the view that mathematics is in some important sense reducible to logic), and his theories of definite descriptions and logical atomism. Along with G.E. Moore, Russell is generally recognized as one of the founders of analytic philosophy. Along with Kurt Gödel, he is also regularly credited with being one of the two most important logicians of the twentieth century..."< Less
MYSTICISM AND LOGIC AND OTHER ESSAYS By BERTRAND RUSSELL
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Bertrand Arthur William Russell (b.1872 - d.1970) was a British philosopher, logician, essayist, and social critic, best known for his work in mathematical logic and analytic philosophy. His most... More > influential contributions include his defense of logicism (the view that mathematics is in some important sense reducible to logic), and his theories of definite descriptions and logical atomism. Along with G.E. Moore, Russell is generally recognized as one of the founders of analytic philosophy. Along with Kurt Gödel, he is also regularly credited with being one of the two most important logicians of the twentieth century..."< Less
Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (Bilingual Edition): A New Translation by Daniel Deleanu By Ludwig Wittgenstein
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A new English rendition of one of the most important philosophy books of all time.
Crazy Stories: Part 1 By Jozef Bloks
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English version! In this book you will find six short stories in which the author “the artist Jozef Bloks” is experiencing all sorts of fictional adventures. From 2000 until the end of... More > 2011 he lived together with his wife Caroline de Roy van Zuydewijn in Antwerp (Belgium). She is a designer of hats and is owner of a Hats salon. They both are of Dutch descent. So some stories happen in the Hats salon, in the City of Antwerp, and of course in the studio of the artist. Jozef Bloks is a writer who often just starts writing and then the story comes out by itself. Characters and situations come out spontaneously. ...in the Zoo a girl with a mental disability falls in love with a Orangutan; lions play with the hand of a woman; he's sitting on a golden toilet; paints a girl on a swordfish; meets a fairy-tale girl who is afraid of Gnomes and witches... etc.< Less
The Thing From Another World By Andrew Patton
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The I.S.I.,international science institute, stationed in Antarctica where scientists from all over the world work.The military devision is in charge of the oiling project, but they hit a snag, a... More > bluish contaminate in the oil is triggered by a halogen light, blowing up a section of the I.S.I.,killing a few people.During all this, Childs/MacReady had been rescued from another nearby camp. They both wake from their comas. Dr. Jens Carrington is suspicious of Childs the entire time. People are imitated by creatures and politics run amok. A team is sent to the location of the remains of a spaceship buried under the ice. The blue contaminate is fuel leaking from the ship hundreds of miles away. A team explores the interior of the spaceship where everything goes wrong.With no radio contact from storms,there is now a sabotaged power outage.Aliens are revealed and there is mass panic. The team from the spaceship fly back by copter escaping what happend on the ship, but with a new, glowing horror trailing behind them.< Less
Dating For Engineers By Daniel Chen & Denis O'Sullivan
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Destined to be a classic, Dating for Engineers is the first book of its kind to show engineers and scientists how to use their superior analytical skills to win the heart of the woman of their... More > dreams. Read it and discover: • The inherent advantages of engineers over the rest of society • Mathematical proof that you're not getting enough sex • How the theories of Bertrand Russell and Kurt Gödel can lead to a threesome with two blonde twins • Game theory applications to competitive dating situations • Complete cantilever and macromolecular-hydrodynamical models of red-hot sex • A mathematical decision tool to decide whether to keep your current partner or find someone new • Whether or not marriage necessarily means the end of happiness< Less
Dating For Engineers By Daniel Chen & Denis O'Sullivan
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Destined to be a classic, Dating for Engineers is the first book of its kind to show engineers and scientists how to use their superior analytical skills to win the heart of the woman of their... More > dreams. Read it and discover: • The inherent advantages of engineers over the rest of society • Mathematical proof that you're not getting enough sex • How the theories of Bertrand Russell and Kurt Gödel can lead to a threesome with two blonde twins • Game theory applications to competitive dating situations • Complete cantilever and macromolecular-hydrodynamical models of red-hot sex • A mathematical decision tool to decide whether to keep your current partner or find someone new • Whether or not marriage necessarily means the end of happiness< Less
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1000 Facts about Historic Figures Vol. 1 By James Egan
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Henry VIII’s body literally exploded during his funeral. Martin Luther King had a pillow fight on the day he died. Osama Bin Laden loved Mr. Bean and Super Mario Bros. Pope Francis used to be a... More > bouncer. Muhammad Ali starred in a Broadway show. Julius Caesar was never the emperor of Rome. Nelson Mandela said meeting the Spice Girls was “one of the greatest moments of my life.” The last thing Walt Disney said was “Kurt Russell.” Sigmund Freud tried to cure his daughter of being a lesbian. John F. Kennedy went out with Hitler’s ex-girlfriend. Abraham Lincoln took part in 300 wrestling matches. Isaac Newton invented calculus when he was 25. Donald Trump tried to make a cartoon about him saving the world from aliens. Charles Manson never killed anybody in his entire life. Genghis Khan’s army killed 11% of every human being on Earth. Charles Darwin though the world was constantly growing in size. Historians believe they figured out the identity of Jack the Ripper.< Less

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