[Wittrs] Tractatus lectures are up!
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Fri Apr 20 18:18:07 CDT 2012
Unfortunately, there are plenty of those mistakes. Making slides on the go is dangerous with me. It's tedious to prepare slides and the lecture. Here are a couple of the famous errors in this regard so far:
1. phenology when I meant phonology!
2. I said that Proverbs were the sayings of Jesus (complete untrue). But at least I caught that one and changed it today.
3. And yes, begging is supposed to be beginning.
That's all I've caught so far. We'll have to wait for Walter to find the rest. And I'm waiting for Stuart Mirskey's thinking computer to come along so that the mindless spell check can be overthrown. (Of course, think of what life would be like if I were writing slides without even that!).
Regards and thanks.
Dr. Sean Wilson, Esq.
Wright State University
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End of Section 5.3
Tolstoy 1.1 has "The foundation and begging of all things is the understanding of life".
Should this read "beginning" rather than "begging"?
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