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April 14, 2017


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Just a quick note to let you know that your post is included in the latest Scientia Pro Publica at http://leafwarbler.posterous.com/scientia-pro-publica-44. Thank you for sharing it.

Romeo  Vitelli

Thank you for letting me know. I'll be hosting Scientia myself in a few weeks.


Nice post. That's Asperger's/high-functioning autism if anything is. See also the question of whether Ludwig Wittgenstein had it.

Romeo  Vitelli

Thank you for your comment. Asperger's seems to occur frequently among scientists and mathematicians. Along with Wittgenstein, suspected cases include Nicola Tesla, Isaac Newton, and Allan Turing.

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