Thanks for the corrections - not only did I improve my understanding  
of the thesis in closely translating the language, but had enormous  
fun! I am up to the diagrammatic part and will stop here for the time  
being, to catch my breath and also to try and understand the Jaques  
Mallah thread as best I can. Günther recommends recently the book  
"Eveything Must Go" by Ladyman et al. This looks like heavy going but  
seems like a good and a relevant tome to get into, possibly circling  
around the mechanist idea. Do you also recommend it? Available from  
Amazon at a hefty price but might be worth it.

Looking forward to the creative maths assignments - but take your  
time; we only live once but we live forever



On 10/02/2009, at 2:54 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:

> On 07 Feb 2009, at 04:47, Kim Jones wrote:
>>  (see Broukère 1982),
> It is (see de Brouckère 1982) Note the "c", and the "de".
>>  Phenomena of genetic regulation with regard to mechanism are  
>> eloquent [elegant?=poss. error:] Kim)
> It is "eloquent" (indeed). Perhaps it would be clearer to say:  
> "Phenomena of genetic regulation are eloquent with regard to  
> Mechanism".
> Mechanism is "Mechanist Philosophy" and so a capital M is better  
> suited (I am afraid that you are not just translating my 1994  
> thesis, but you are correcting it ! Well, don't worry, this can be  
> done at a second pass.
> I have no other remark. Excellent job. I guess that now I have not  
> escape but to seriously introduce you to math for respecting the  
> deal. Good move Kim :)
> This will be done asap, through little posts. The plan is:  Numbers  
> ==> functions ===> computable functions ===> computations ===> the  
> seventh step (of the UDA).
> Best,
> Bruno

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