# On the Simplest Possible Branch of Mathematics

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### Resource ID

432

### Access

Open

### Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

### type of material

A. MS.

### Category

MATHEMATICS (MS 1-278)

### description

Brief discussion of paradisaical logic, i.e., system of logic in which only one value is supposed, provided another value (or other values) is not positively denied. The simplest kind of mathematics referred to, however, is a two-valued system of which Boole's algebra of logic is regarded as a special case. Inadequacies of Boolean algebra and some merits of secundal notation. Rules and examples for common mathematical operations in CSP's dyadic system.

### general index

inadequacies of, Logic (modal see Modality), paradisaical Logic, Mathematics, simplest Mathematics, Secundal system of enumeration

### pagination

pp. 1-9, 13, 17-33

### dated by

Robin

### Date

1903~?

### manuscript number

1

### publication

n.p.

### topic

MATHEMATICS / THE SIMPLEST MATHEMATICS

### manuscript contains non-textual content

yes

### appendix

MS. 1 Six pages added from MS. 1250 (a p. 14 continuing p. 13; pp. 14, 14, 15, 16, 18 of one or more drafts); 1 p. from MS. 525.