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Praeclarum Theorema ???
JA: I could not find the Praeclarum Theorema of Leibniz among the numbered consequences in Spencer Brown's Laws of Form. Could whoever added this remark supply a page number? Thanks, Jon Awbrey 03:22, 1 August 2006 (UTC)
It would be nice to have an article on Peirce's logical graphs and their later use. But this article is COMPLETELY unintelligible to the uninitiated. The heading "in lieu of a beginning", which suggests that we are doing poetry, not philosophy or logic, should be replaced by an extensive historical discussion that prepares the reader for whatever follows.Frege1b 16:44, 14 March 2007 (UTC)
Stylistic issues can always be dealt with. Some of the history is covered elsewhere, if a bit too well-distributed, and some of this can be found by following up the See Also links. If you can provide some specific clues as to what you personally find unintelligible, then it may be possible to deal with these bit by bit. The Proposition That 17:28, 14 March 2007 (UTC)
In the "in lieu …" part of the article there is no description whatsoever what the symbol mean at all, they are presented as if it is an expected knowledge. Encyclopedic article should be informative, not stylistic. Ease off with the style and provide complete, understandable information, presented in the simplest possible way.
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