about linear logic programming in Linlog.
I'm beginning to change my immediate reaction to discovering
that some problem or another is undecidable; instead of being
disappointed or attempting to rephrase the problem to achieve
decidability, I think I should instead look at the problem
space as being complicated enough to admit arbitrary programming.
That is, as a candidate for an interesting programming language
or paradigm or something. I guess it goes without saying
that not every undecidable problem is an interesting/ideal way
of programming, but it's probably worth finding out in each