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Correctness and Creativity
Juxtaposing the words “correctness” and “creativity” tends to provide a Rorschach-like test for revealing minds seeking either dichotomy or synthesis. Naturally, either tendency can be useful according to circumstance.For the dichotomers, the milieus...
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Poets and Novelists
Imagine a natural language with some sort of upper limit on the number of its words that could be feasibly used in any given work. Perhaps the language was excellent for writing poems, essays and short-stories but became completely unworkable when it...
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A Language for All Seasons
One of the greatest scientific achievements was a linguistic one--the invention of software. By inventing the first language through which any computation could be expressed, Alan Turing set the scene for the computer revolution that created the mode...
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