[2018-11-07] Literary Turing

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[2018-11-07] Literary Turing

Postby Klaus » Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:47 pm

http://smbc-comics.com/comic/literary-turing

This is pretty much what happened to be in German class once in high school.

I had to prepare a presentation about two short books; One I was allowed to discuss based on a summary, one I should read myself. Ever the motivated pupil that I was, of course I did read it, and prepared the other from an interpretation found on the internet. The teacher thought I had read the other one :(

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Re: [2018-11-07] Literary Turing

Postby Thoringaard » Wed Nov 07, 2018 5:14 pm

He lost me when he channeled Yogi Berra in the second frame, essentially telling us to pair people up in threes.
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Re: [2018-11-07] Literary Turing

Postby Protagoras » Thu Nov 08, 2018 4:55 am

Though he rejected the label postmodernist (because philosophers hate to be labeled, even if it's accurate), Foucault was definitely no modernist.
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Re: [2018-11-07] Literary Turing

Postby rpresser » Wed Nov 14, 2018 4:20 pm

Thoringaard wrote:He lost me when he channeled Yogi Berra in the second frame, essentially telling us to pair people up in threes.

(A1, (B1, C1)) is a pair. The left member is A1 and the right member is (B1, C1)

Alternatively, A1 is a member of two pairs: (A1, B1) and (A1, C1)
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