Teaching connection skills requires at least mention of Esperanto.
Here is the link. (The distinction that Max Heirich makes between a fad and a cultural breakthrough is reminiscent of the distinction that Hans Kelsen, in his book ‘Pure Theory of Law’, makes between a highway robber and taxation.) keywords: [essay] [Ground of Being]
The swing-rate of their legs is about the same. The difference consists of the force they exert against the ground. Here’s the link to an article on this. keywords: [surprise]
Northrop Frye (1912 – 1991) made many trenchant observations on literature. So if you know someone compiling such a list, you might want to ask them “Would you like Frye’s with that?”
Here is the link to the Wikipedia article on this topic. In spite of the distinction between the two types of variables, it is a common practice to conflate them, for the sake of convenience. For example, in Wikipedia’s article on arithmetic progressions, the variable ‘n’ is used both as a bound variable, for defining … Continue reading bound variables versus free variables