Predicate Logic - The Guide to Nonexistent Birds: an Ornithological Logic

Last modified by Qfwfq on 2019/04/27 15:56

 Maybe sparrow you should wait
The hawks alight till morning
You'll never pass beyond the gate
If you don't hear my warningNotes are hung so effortless
With the rise and fall of sparrow's breast
It's a drowning dive and back to the chorusLa di da di da di da
La di da di da di da
 (NEKO CASE, Maybe Sparrow)

Language Game: The Guide to Nonexistent Birds: an Ornithological Logic

A generator in the "logic programming" language Prolog for descriptions of birds, with a constrained essay written as comments in the code. New comments critiquing the original essay, and eventually contending seriously with its problematic tropes and invocation of authors who (I did not know at the time) sexually assaulted women in their real lives and wrote their violence lyrically.

Theory: Predicate Logic

A formal system for making and evaluating truth-valued assertions about abstract models.

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