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This section contains two appendices: a note on the Martin Gardner problem and the chronological list of Ramon Llull's works. Gardner's not bothering to read Llull's texts themselves might be anecdotal with Felix, but with the Art, since that was the subject of his essay, the consequences were more serious. A quick glance at some of its works would have saved him from presenting the Art as a practically endless series of "spinning wheels" (he seems to assume that all of the circular figures rotate; he explicitly has Figures S and T rotating!), wheels capable of producing all sorts of combinations of concepts which will solve almost any problem. The section gives the chronological list of Ramon Llull's works so that the reader, using the catalog number in the Index of Works, can orient himself among Llull's vast production. It only includes works mentioned in this book.

Keywords: Art; Martin Gardner; Ramon Llull



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