Sep 11, 2011
More Wittgenstein + updated directories
I keep being not very well,
getting not enough sleep because I have too much pain, and having too
much pain to get enough sleep - an old story, but not a pleasant one.
I picked up last year on where I had left my edition and commenting of Wittgenstein's Tractatus some five years earlier, I think, which again was a version of my comments that date back to the early 1970ies, in fact, and still have not been finished,
Here is a link to the first of a series of files in November 2010
And here is the link to a brief continuation of that effort in 2011, in February of this year:
Today I saw that I had not uploaded rather a lot I had added somewhere in April of this year.
It still is not done; it still needs proof reading and corrections, but it is again a little progress. You'll find it here, starting with Bertrand Russell's introduction, with my comments:
There is a file called "Directories" on some places on my site, also called
on the opening page, that lists the main directories and sub- directories of the site, and is probably the briefest clear overview of what's on it. This is a lot, and I have a little updated it.
I gave a html-edition of Peirce's "A theory of probable inference", also with a long note by Peirce on his logic of relations, on September 1, last.
This I have now copied to my philosophy-section, in a new section:
So far, it's just the Nederlog I mentioned, which needs some reviewing, so as to fit into its new place.
Today I used a bit of css in Nederlog that keeps the text centered and justified. I like the centering and I like a view of written text on a computer's screen that's like a book page in not containing very long rows of text, but I don't know yet whether I like the justification (that makes the text's left and right start and end along the same straight lines, apparently, at the cost of inserting empty spaces to achieve that effect).
P.S. Corrections, if any are necessary, have to be made later.
As to ME/CFS (that I prefer to call ME):
Short descriptions of the above:
1. Ten reasons why ME/CFS is a real disease by a professor of medicine of Harvard.
2. Long essay by a professor emeritus of medical chemistry about maltreatment of ME.
3. Explanation of what's happening around ME by an investigative journalist.
4. Report to Canadian Government on ME, by many medical experts.
5. Advice to psychiatrist by a psychiatrist who understands ME is an organic disease
6. English mathematical genius on one's responsibilities in the matter of one's beliefs:
7. A space-
and computer-scientist takes a look at psychology.
See also: ME -Documentation and ME - Resources
The last has many files, all on my site to keep them accessible.
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