Boolean algebra

1847

Boolean algebra

The book of science

Tom Sharp

George Boole computer science

Boolean algebra

Tautology

Duality

Precision

Arguments against torture, arguments against war

George Boole did not regard logic as a branch of mathematics, but as the laws of rational thought. His wife brought on his death by pouring buckets of water over him after he took to bed from a fever induced by walking through the rain to give a lecture wearing his wet clothes.

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