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Title:
"Assorted Nonsense," / John Dreyer-Bennet
Date:
1980
Description:
Mathematics Professor John Dyer-Bennett speaks about how we understand nonsense and logical nonsense.  Subjects include: soccer; tennis; Yeats, Things Fall Apart; mathematics; logican nonsense; limericks; Lewis Carroll; calculus; poetry; madera; Alice in Wonderland; cheshire cat.
ID:
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Repository:
Carleton College Archives
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