The predicability tree: how, and why?

@inproceedings{Rooij2010ThePT,
  title={The predicability tree: how, and why?},
  author={Robert van Rooij},
  year={2010}
}
  • R. Rooij
  • Published 1 March 2010
  • Philosophy
The art of ranking things in genera and species is of no small importance and very much assists our judgment as well as our memory. You know how much it matters in botany, not to mention animals and other substances, or again moral and notional entities as some call them. Order largely depends on it, and many good authors write in such a way that their whole account could be divided and subdivided according to a procedure related to genera and species. This helps one not merely to retain things… 

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