Philosophy Of Computing Topics
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Orthogonality in the configuration of operating systems






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Topics from [Google doc](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ExLgFYqDY5NfDiqKOQJWyTuKBToI9JZFR9wc_Qq9vDo/edit)




* The reading for this would be quite heavy and written by mathematicians


* Super broad but would be able to combine philosophy/linguistics/computing


* Can take ideas from linguistics and apply them to computing

* Might need heavy reading though


* Bad/useless?

* Intercal


* Could make up classifications

* Does academic stuff exist or only opinion articles?


* Check for reading by educationy people

* Does seeing computer science as more mathsy lead to more open-mindedness? (e.g. seeing computer science as interdisciplinary, combining it with humanities)

Shorter shortlist



* e.g. the idea that programming in Haskell makes you look at problems in a certain way

* What restrictions does Haskell put on you that make you approach problems differently when switching to a different language?

* Would need to see if the reading for this is good


* Could be concrete AND abstract

* Good to look at examples from Lisp - it's existed since way before Haskell