keywords:
[enhancement]
[tutorial]

# OBSERVATION (unaddressed conditions)

An unaddressed condition becomes, in time, either forbidden or presumed.
The take-away of the Ives riddle is the fragility of memory. In Calculus, the unaddressed condition in the theorem about the integral of a power becomes, in the student’s mind, forbidden,
and the necessary condition in the derivation of the integral representation of the logarithm is presumed, by the student, after the long derivation, to be sufficient.
keywords:
[Mathematics]
[presumption]
[prohibition]
[psychology]

# phrase

‘remorselessly technical’
keywords:
[mathematics]
[discipline]
[technology]

# lorem ipsum (Basic Mathematics)

(suggested new terminology)
Definition: Basic Mathematics is all mathematics done before square roots are considered.
keywords:
[education]
[instruction]
[training]
[teaching]
[learning]
[study]
[curriculum-development]
[educator]

# lorem ipsum (manufacturing)

manufacturing = non-centrally – located variance.
keywords:
[swimming upstream]
[going against the current]
[endothermic reactions]
[creativity]

# OBSERVATION (2 types of lapse)

There are 2 types of lapse: inward and outward. Both get punished. Inward lapse gets punished in this world, and outward lapse gets punished in the next. Inward lapse consists of pursuing mathematics when you should instead be attending to pressing practicalities. That is called ‘doing math in the cockpit’. On the other hand, outward lapse consists of partying instead of pursuing mathematics. That is called ‘going to hell in a handbasket’. All punishments have the same basis: difficulty of transition. On the other hand, gifting makes your inevitable transitions easier, because a gift is the ultimate intervention, and, by the law of karma, whatever interventions you deploy eventually come back to you.
cf:
“I define subjective rationalism as the practice of deductive reasoning, while attending to matters of probability and personal preference.”
— Gary A. Wenger
keywords:
[life]
[General Systems Theory]
[two types of lapse]
[2 types of failure]
[two types of failure]
[progress]
[continuous improvement]

# online book: The Bilingual Reform: A Paradigm Shift in Foreign Language Teaching

Here is the link.
(- exploiting the student’s mother tongue, instead of prohibiting it)
keywords:
[language policy]
[instructional policy]

# article: Two-level morphology of Esperanto

Here is the link.
(La artikolo, en la angla, enhavas multajn lingvajn malglataĵojn.)
keywords:
[analysis]
[language barrier]
[thesis]

# article: How to apply a cold compress

Here is the link.
keywords:
[first-aid]
[emergency medical attention]
[health]

# discussion: What is the difference between an oil change and a tune-up?

Here is the link to the discussion.
I would say, “The core of periodic vehicular maintenance is the oil change, and the non-core part is the tune-up.”
keywords:
[automobile maintenance]