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Knowledge, its use and teaching

Bodies of knowledge are, with a few exceptions, not designed to be taught, but to be used. To teach a body of knowledge is thus a highly artificial enterprise.

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The Dangers of Ignoring Meaning

“As long as this deliberate refusal to understand things from above, even where such understanding is possible, continues, it is idle to talk of any final victory over materialism.

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CS Lewis

Basic Transposition Method for Piano Accompaniment: A Preliminary Analysis and Understanding of Chord Progressions


The need for transposition in music whether in a single line melody, a scale or an entire composition is to provide the constituents in the music industry – musicians, pianists, singers, composers, arrangers etc, an ease and comfortable performance whether in playing or singing. 2,120 more words

Methods Of Piano Playing

From guitar to ukulele: chord shape thinking

Ukulele is much easier to learn than other musical instruments. If you already play the guitar, it’s even easier. 170 more words


The Railfence Cipher

The Railfence cipher is a highly well known transposition cipher that gets its name from how it uniquely encrypts text. Since it uses transposition, the characters in the ciphertext are identical to but shuffled from the original plaintext. 418 more words


The Columnar Cipher

The columnar cipher is a transposition cipher in which the given plaintext is written in rows corresponding to the length of a keyword. The key for a columnar encryption must contain fully distinct letters. 530 more words


The Transposition Cipher

A transposition cipher is any cipher by which the symbols of the ciphertext are somehow permuted from those of the plaintext. As opposed to a substitution cipher, in which each letter of the plaintext alphabet is represented by a different symbol in the ciphertext alphabet, the letters of any text encrypted via transposition are the exact same as those in the plaintext, just in a different order. 620 more words