Wigner's 1960 paper

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Wigner's 1960 paper "The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences" is a classical resource fordeveloping new experimental hypotheses. Unlike science, writing is considered a discovery process in itself. Measuring writing as amathematical process would require the most precise of instruments. This paper will instead examine the thought processes of the identityof a writer as a whole, and beliefs or claims such as "writer's block." This paper is not about writer's block for myself, but exploring ameta-analysis of writers' block and identity, and how that might one day be observed using scientific instruments. The paper will alsotheorize the mathematical representation of Sartre's concept of freedom, or "being for-itself", as a curve in a function. Sartre's influence by Husserl's "Cartesian Meditations" and by Descartes are also considered formative.

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