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A LaTeX indexing trick

Oh, the joys of indexing … Though using the LaTeX indexing tools reduces the pain a bit. Encounted one problem, though: Suppose you mention Aristotle (as you do) at the top of p. 40. And then you discuss a quite … Continue reading → The post A LaTeX indexing trick appeared first on Logic [More]

A triple turnstile!

You want a nice triple turnstile which matches in size and weight the usual Computer Modern \vdash and \vDash turnstiles? Look no further. Here’s the trick, also linked for future reference on the LaTeX for Logicians symbols page. The post A triple turnstile! appeared first on Logic [More]

Email notifications

I’ve made some minor under-the-bonnet changes to this site, hopefully not breaking anything in the progress by updating the PHP engine and so forth. An aesthetic upgrade will have to wait till I’m yet older and greyer. One small addition: … Continue reading → The post Email notifications appeared first on Logic [More]

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