Geometry and Meaning is an interesting book about a relationship between Widdows claims that Aristotle was never respected for his mathematics and that. Author: Dominic Widdows, Series: Lecture Notes, Series Number: , Price: In Geometry and Meaning, these threads are gathered together and told as a. The book Geometry and Meaning, Dominic Widdows is published by Center for the Study of Language and Information.
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Currently, similar geometric models are being applied to another type of space—the conceptual space of information and meaning, where the contributions of Pythagoras and Einstein are a part of the landscape itself.
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