Aristotle-to-Ricardo-to-Hayek turn the double play way better than Plato-to-Rousseau-to-Rawls
I really enjoyed reading your posts. They offer a different view on things.
I'm going to try and "get it" before I peek at the "here" link.They are all trying to get an Erdos number = 1?;o/Admitedly, I am a math teacher and avid amateur statisitician...
WM:You're the second out of seven to whom I've showed it who's understood.
I knew what an Erdos-Bacon number was, courtesy of Derbyshire's book, but I still didn't put it all together. I guess I didn't realise that a low Erdos number was something actively sought, rather than a curiosity.word verification: logical
AVI:For a good, short bio of Erdös that explains the lure of low Erdös numbers, try Paul Hoffman's The Man Who Loved Only Numbers (1999).
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