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 Agrammatic but Numerate
 Rosemary A. Varley, Nicolai J. C. Klessinger, Charles A. J. Romanowski, Michael Siegal, Dale Purves
 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 102, No. 9 (Mar. 1, 2005), pp. 35193524
 Subjects: Psychology, Linguistics
 Key terms: language, multiplication, syntactic, expression, patient, calculation, task, digit, speak, mathematical, number, subtraction, mathematics, phonological, orthographic, problem, bracket, aphasia, processing, participant, comprehension, test, write, grammatical
 CiteRank: 0.9546

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 What Mathematical Knowledge Could Be
 Jerrold J. Katz
 Mind, New Series, Vol. 104, No. 415 (Jul., 1995), pp. 491522
 Subjects: Philosophy
 Key terms: mathematical, object, knowledge, benacerraf, abstract, truth, causal, proposition, semantics, nativism, realist, realism, sentence, grammatical, epistemology, contact, empiricism, supposition, reductio, condition, mathematics, prime, claim
 CiteRank: 0.1383

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 Educational Writings
 J. F. Bobbitt
 The Elementary School Journal, Vol. 18, No. 3 (Nov., 1917), pp. 219240
 Subjects: Education, Social Work
 Key terms: spelling, study, curriculum, word, grade, scientific, method, educational, functioning, test, grammatical, education, adult, tabulate, present, vocabulary, arithmetic, error, discover, ayre, field, child, mathematics, grammar

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 Wittgenstein's Later Logic
 B. H. Slater
 Philosophy, Vol. 54, No. 208 (Apr., 1979), pp. 199209
 Subjects: Philosophy, Mathematics
 Key terms: wittgenstein, proposition, logic, mathematics, sense, determinate, pegasus, heterological, triangle, contradiction, mathematical, object, grammatical, truth, occur, exclude, definition, diagonal, digit, logical, mathematician, number, remark, system, rectangle

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 Aims and Values of Foreign Language Study
 Ernst Feise
 The Modern Language Journal, Vol. 14, No. 8 (May, 1930), pp. 631638
 Subjects: Education, Philosophy
 Key terms: foreign, language, reading, graduate, graduation, understandingly, pupil, humanistic, student, enjoyment, study, appreciation, word, school, nation, percentage, appreciatively, college, intensive, teaching, grammatical, mathematics, inquiry, unity, french
 CiteRank: 0.5548

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 GRAMMAR LOGICISM
 H. HIŻ
 The Monist, Vol. 51, No. 1, The Present Situation in Philosophic Logic (JANUARY, 1967), pp. 110127
 Subjects: Philosophy, Linguistics, Mathematics
 Key terms: string, logicism, phrase, reduct, logic, formula, quantifier, rule, grammar, structured, symbol, reducts, language, structure, grammatical, definiendum, variable, mathematics, inference, theorem, definiens, definition, numeral, assigned, parenthesis

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 My Struggle with the Italian Language and the Morals I Drew from It for the Teaching of Mathematics
 J. W. A. Young
 The School Review, Vol. 15, No. 4 (Apr., 1907), pp. 255260
 Subjects: Education, Philosophy, Linguistics
 Key terms: mathematics, italian, pupil, teacher, mathematical, house, handmaid, teaching, grammatical, teach, struggle, mental, guidebook, surely, requisite, language, rule, idiomatic, phrase, beginner, subject, expression, word
 CiteRank: 0.1517

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 The Inaugural Address: Preface to the Grammar of Postulates
 P. H. Nidditch
 Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volumes, Vol. 53, (1979), pp. 121
 Subjects: Philosophy, Linguistics
 Key terms: postulate, indirect, command, clause, sentence, axiom, grammar, mathematical, mathematics, axiomatic, mathematician, purpose, subordinate, illocutionary, euclid, prefix, grammatical, postulation, speech, imperative, addressee, definition, grammatically, latin, philosophy

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 Account of a Report of M. Villemain, the French Minister of Public Instruction, on the State of Superior Education in France
 James Heywood
 Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Vol. 6, No. 4 (Dec., 1843), pp. 304310
 Subjects: Education, Statistics, Classical Studies
 Key terms: lesson, college, instruction, weekly, pupil, latin, france, fenelon, education, elementary, mathematics, greek, class, school, geography, prescribe, superior, royal, french, language, grammatical, book, catechism

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 Formal vs. Concrete Studies in the College
 Charles DeGarmo
 The School Review, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Jan., 1894), pp. 2126
 Subjects: Education, Philosophy
 Key terms: formal, mathematics, concrete, grammatical, college, subject, study, modern, knowledge, thought, teach, science, education, student, training, surmountable, greek, pupil, lesson, latin, teacher, language, liberal, profession

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