Saturday, February 19, 2011

Wittgenstein for programmers

Harrison Ainsworth's Wittgenstein for programmers is an awesome project. And very quotable:
  • Where a proposition describes the world, a program constructs the imagination.
  • The limits of our programming-languages mean the limits of our imagination.
  • What can be designed at all can be designed precisely. What is unknown we must leave uncoded.

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