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This paper is about G. Spencer-Brown's "Laws of Form" [LOF, SB] and its ramifications. Laws of Form is an approach to mathematics, and to epistemology, that. G SPENCER BROWN the laws relating such forms are the same in any universe. It .. i George Boole, The mathematical analysis of logic, Cambridge, Laws Of Form has 98 ratings and 13 reviews. Manny said: I read this in the late 70s, when I was into formal logic, and thought it was a con job. Most of.
George Spencer Brown and the Laws of Form. An e-mail discussion with "Tommy ", a friend of George Spencer-Brown Tommy: My 'interpretation' of the 1st. George Spencer Brown & Laws of Form &c. As stated on the front page of this website (The Markable Mark), what is to be found in these pages is a reworking of. mathematician George Spencer-Brown introduced in the year of , leaving . In , Spencer-Brown's books, Laws of Form finally appeared, in which he. Laws of Form is underappreciated because it requires a rather strenuous, effort on the part of the reader, or, in Spencer-Brown's words: because it is so “rude”.