The First of the Knickerbockers: A Tale of 1673

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Verification or proof-check is a sort of mechanical reasoning, while proof-creation is a fecund inference. However, the advantage is, that, provided such a calculus corresponds to the inmost nature of frequent needs, anyone who masters it thoroughly is able - without the unconscious inspiration of genius which no one can command - to solve the respective problems, indeed to solve them mechanically in complicated cases in which, without such aid, even genius becomes powerless.

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Publisher: BiblioBazaar (April 6, 2010)

ISBN: 1140217402

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