Sep 30, 2015

I deduce you are studying logic | Bill Wadge's Blog

I'm back! I got bogged down in teaching, committees, etc and ignored this blog for quite a while. But now I'm officially retired (from teaching, committees, etc) and have  the time to do the things I want to do. You may regret it ... Because this post is not the usual kind, about research ideas…

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