Warrier's COLLAGE July 14, 2021 : Principia Mathematica

Welcome to Warrier's COLLAGE On Wednesday July 14, 2021 Subhashitam https://vedabase.io/en/library/sb/11/23/42/ "These people are not the cause of my happiness and distress. Neither are the demigods, my own body, the planets, my past work, or time. Rather, it is the mind alone that causes happiness and distress and perpetuates the rotation of material life." Good Morning Nice Day M G Warrier Thought for Today : https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/simplysimi/7-habits-for-a-blissful-morning-34810/ A Select Response S R Badrinarayanan “Put just half a spoon of sugar, See, I am a diabetic” ๐™ท๐š˜๐š  ๐š–๐šŽ๐š๐š’๐šŒ๐šž๐š•๐š˜๐šž๐šœ ๐š’๐š— ๐šŠ๐šŸ๐š˜๐š’๐š๐š’๐š—๐š ๐š ๐š‘๐š’๐š๐šŽ ๐šœ๐šž๐š๐šŠ๐š› ๐šŠ๐šœ ๐š’๐š ๐š’๐šœ ๐š’๐š—๐š“๐šž๐š›๐š’๐š˜๐šž๐šœ ๐š๐š˜ ๐š๐š’๐šŠ๐š‹๐šŽ๐š๐š’๐šŒ ๐š™๐šŠ๐š๐š’๐šŽ๐š—๐š๐šœ! ... ๐™ฑ๐šŠ๐š๐š›๐š’ (That's how many of us wash down our sins with a single Prayer or a coin dropped in the "Hundi" Box-Warrier) B Current Affairs PMC Bank : Follow up https://www.livemint.com/industry/banking/small-finance-bank-will-take-over-pmc-bank-soon-rbi-tells-delhi-hc/amp-11626075230447.html#amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&aoh=16261544869149&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com The Reserve Bank of India on Monday said it has given "in-principle" approval to one Centrum Financial Services Ltd (CFSL) to set up a small finance bank (SFB), which will take over the beleaguered Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative Bank (PMC Bank) very soon. C Collage in Classroom Mathematics and Astronomy 1) Principia Mathematica https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/principia-mathematica/ Principia Mathematica First published Tue May 21, 1996; substantive revision Wed Jun 23, 2021 This entry briefly describes the history and significance of Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell’s monumental but little read classic of symbolic logic, Principia Mathematica (PM), first published in 1910–1913. The content of PM is described in a section by section synopsis, stated in modernized logical notation and described following the introductory notes from each of the three volumes. The original notation is presented in a companion article of this Encyclopedia, The Notation of Principia Mathematica. The content of PM is described so as to facilitate a comparison with Gottlob Frege’s Basic Laws of Arithmetic which was subject to Russell’s Paradox. To avoid the paradox Whitehead and Russell introduced a complex system now called “the ramified theory of types”. After the introduction of a theory of sets, or “classes” early in the first volume, however, the system of PM can be compared with both Frege and the early development of set theory and found to contain rival accounts, free of contradiction, but differing from the now standard theories in as yet understudied ways. 2) Astronomy & Mathematics https://www.encyclopedia.com/history/news-wires-white-papers-and-books/astronomy-and-mathematics Closely Related. With few exceptions, mathematics and astronomy were closely related in the ancient writings on science. From the first century B.C.E. and throughout the Roman Empire, learning, teaching, and practical application was exegetical, that is, dispersed through the interpretation of texts, often through easily understood handbooks. Mathematics was not an isolated pursuit but was considered a part of what a learned person should know. Cicero (On the Orator 1.10, 3.127), for example, claimed that mathematics was an exact, abstruse, and obscure field, but one that an educated person could master, many scholars having obtained perfection in its study. Far from mastering mathematics, the Romans did not indulge in its study in depth, and their contributions to it were more superficial than profound. D Readers Write 1) S Venugopal remembering R Janakiraman S Venugopal's Tribute* to former RBI Deputy Governor Shri R Janakiraman on WORLD SIMPLICITY DAY (July 13). Late Shri R Janakiraman Sir was a Manager of Hospitality, I should say. Whenever we went to see him officially or personally RJ Sir used to call for Coffee/Tea and biscuits. RJ Sir was always kind and human to all. Once when TVS and myself visited him at his home in KK Nagar Chennai, it was Pournami Day and he was in the midst of Sathyanarayana Pooja. After the function, RJ Sir hosted us with Payasam and other Prasadams with care and compassion. RJ SIr used to be the same whether at the Office or at home which is a very rare quality. It was many occasions that we equally sat and ate with him. It was really unfortunate situation that RJ SIr had to be contended with limited medical attention and later scenario was that his wife was getting a meager family pension only. RJ Sir was unique in many of such respects and at that time before assuming office as DG RJ Sir was staying in the Transit Accommodation and was going to office only in Public Transport until he got his official term as DG. In my humble opinion RJ Sir was totally human and I am yet to see any one like him who was Simplicity personified, all through life. Vathsala Jayaraman added : Smt Mangalam Janakiraman was my classmate from 6th std to 11th std and she discontinued her studies. Her marriage with Shri Janakiraman was celebrated in her residence in Shankara Matam, Thiruvanaikoil. Her father was managing the affairs of the Mutt. He was a great Sanskrit scholar. She used to sing very well. The second day after marriage Managalm and Shri Janakiraman visited our house to take the blessings of my parents. It was the custom in our village. Shri Janakiraman was talking to my father sitting on the coir cot in the front veranda thinnai of our thatched house. Appa appreciated him for his scholarly talk on many subjects. They were chitchatting in our house for nearly an hour. Those days I never thought that I would join RBI. They attended the Upanayanam of my son and also the weddings of my daughter and son. In the last days, he could not be cured of the cardiac ailments. Yes, Shri Venugopal is correct. They were models of simplicity. I know the family since my childhood. Vathsala Jayaraman (I was a permanent fixture in Central RPCD on 13th Floor, COB for 13 years from 1986. That gave me opportunity to meet all Executives of RBI during that period on 17th & 18th Floor, from different distances. I remember Janakiraman for his disarming smile and simplicity in behaviour/interaction. He used to make us comfortable while sitting before him with his affectionate brotherly glance irrespective of the gravity of the issue being discussed. I treasure the affection I received from him-Warrier) E Poetry Poetry is the revelation of a feeling that the poet believes to be interior and personal which the reader recognizes as his own. -Salvatore Quasimado (Salvatore Quasimodo was an Italian poet and translator. In 1959, he won the Nobel Prize in Literature "for his lyrical poetry, which with classical fire expresses the tragic experience of life in our own times". ) https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/literature/1959/quasimodo/biographical/ During the Second World War Quasimodo experienced the need of the poet to feel one with the people and to declare himself as such in his poems. To him the role of the poet in society is a neccessarily active one; he should commit himself and his talents to contemporary struggles. Such views were first expressed in Giorno dopogiorno (Day after Day), 1946, and La vita non รจ sogno (Life Is Not a Dream), 1949. Quasimodo’s later works show this change from individualism toward sociality, and moreover affirm the positive characteristics of life even in a world where death is an omnipresent fear. In La terra impareggiabile (The Incomparable Earth), 1958, Quasimodo has eloquently attempted to fuse life and literature; he has developed a new language which coincides with man’s new activities and ever-expanding investigations. Some of his poetry and two of his critical essays have appeared in English translation in The SelectedWritings of Salvatore Quasimodo(1960); his Selected Poems were published in 1965. F Literature Books that influenced a writer https://lithub.com/ocean-vuong-the-10-books-i-needed-to-write-my-novel/ The truth is no writer comes “out of nowhere” and wunderkinds are only as real as our aversion to a more sobering—albeit less glamorous—reality: that a writer’s growth is often a slog, the slow burn of reading and trying and failing when, finally, by some luck or mercy, the book you’re reading turns into a torch in your hands. And with it you make a sentence so new and exacting to your desire that it startles you into a new vision, a new life, one that exists through the presence of elders before you, both here and gone and some nearly forgotten but never lost. These authors and their books found me. They helped realize my thinking. Hopefully they will do the same, however large or small, for you. (Thought, this will help one understand, what happens before one starts writing for others to read-Warrier) G Quotes on skye https://www.quotemaster.org/Skye


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