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accepted Should names of scientific theories be capitalized?
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comment Should names of scientific theories be capitalized?
I just would like to have a criterion. Why doesn't one write Homology Theory with capitals? They're proper nouns as well.
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asked Should names of scientific theories be capitalized?
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accepted Is saying “but nevertheless…” redundant?
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comment Is saying “but nevertheless…” redundant?
@tchrist, indeed I am a native Spanish speaker. That said I'm not even sure whether in Spanish it is correct to say that (but that's not the point). The point is that, even if I knew, structures are not always preserved by translations :)
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comment Is saying “but nevertheless…” redundant?
@tchrist I see... but that's Spanish.
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accepted Why abbreviation for “Definition” as “Def^n” (math context)
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comment Why abbreviation for “Definition” as “Def^n” (math context)
As it happens, I'd like to save space in a blackboard: so I would tend to contract words that frequently appear, as expansion as exp^n, etc. I just wanted to understand a pattern, in order to do it correctly. So, as far as I understand, there is no pattern, right?