Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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Trying to read Jean-Yves Girard's "On the meaning of logical rules" forced me to look up phrases and words in english, latin, german, french, and italian. I think it's only fair to say his papers are written in a peculiar dialect of the language "Girard", for which no professional translators exist, but we computer scientists get by more or less, with a sort of nervous half-fluency in it.
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