Wikipedia references this in its article on Sociology of Knowledge, but does not have a separate article on it.
Here is the link to a site dedicated to Legitimation Code Theory (LCT).
keywords: education, instruction, training
Any database of productive value can be canonically converted into a database of names-and-addresses.
If this conjecture is true, I would call this statement the law of sociology of knowledge.
It would be a kind of real-world Löwenheim-Skolem Theorem.
keywords: theory, logic, collapsibility
There are many sites that offer test preparation. One such is:
Mometrix (“Prep That Empowers”)
They offer test preparation for a wide variety of areas of study, such as:
College Admissions and Placement
Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate
Public Service and Legal
…and much more.
Here is the link to their site.
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Volume 1 of the 3-volume work ‘History of the Theory of Numbers’ by L. E. Dickson is on this topic. It is available online.
Here is the link to the online version.
keywords: Mathematics, Number Theory
The prize committee cited the wide range of his topics and his use of a “loose, expressive style to send strong, witty messages”
His name: Mike Keefe
Here is the link to the article about this.
keywords: Mathematics, General Topology, switch, success, sending messages
This write-up of mine of Problem 6 of IMO 1988 is in the public domain.
my write-up of IMO 1988 Problem 6
keywords: Number Theory, mathematics competition, mathematics tournament, International Mathematics Olympiad, difficult problem, difficult mathematics problem
The way to grow grand
is not: to demand.
In life’s every field
you are what you yield.
— Piet Hein
“Every man goes through three stages in his life: First, he believes in Santa Claus. Second, he does not believe in Santa Claus. Third, he IS Santa Claus.”
“It’s not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you have lived.”
— Helen Walton
Here is the Wikipedia article giving the answer.
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Taking fun as simply fun
and earnestness in earnest
Shows how thoroughly thou
none of the two discernest
— Piet Hein
“He who sees only fashion in fashion is a fool.”
“Trouble often comes disguised as fun.”
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