By Iain S. McLean, Alistair McMillan, Burt L. Monroe
`This is a e-book a couple of recognized author, Lewis Carroll, and a few little-known topic, the idea of voting' (from the Editors' Introduction).
This booklet has been edited from the manuscripts of the past due Scottish economist Duncan Black. almost immediately after the book of the speculation of Committees and Elections Black began to acquire fabric for papers and a booklet on Lewis Carroll's idea of proportional illustration. Black's bankruptcy plans made it transparent that the publication used to be to be in 3 components, written by way of himself, via a reprint of Carroll's ideas of Parliamentary illustration and its major assets. half I is biographical, introducing Lewis Carroll and giving proper information of his lifestyles. half II is Black's already released paintings on Lewis Carroll. half III includes the extra specific arguments approximately Carroll's reasoning, and half IV includes reprints of infrequent unique fabric on proportional illustration through Carroll, James Garth Marshall, and Walter Baily. Taken jointly, the editors have supplied an entire reference resource for the speculation of balloting and proportional representation.
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Furthermore Tenniel's illustration, done after Carroll's instruction, shows the Frog-Footman standing by a solid marble pillar and under a marble canopy. There is no doubt that the provenance of the Frog-Footman is the letter to The Times. His other 'Alice' book, Through the Looking-glass appeared half a dozen years later and collected up other stories Carroll had told to the Liddell children. We cannot open either of the Alice books and read for more than a page or two, without coming on some logical puzzle.
1926) Andrae and his Invention, The PR Method (Translated by V. Meisling) Copenhagen: P. Andrae. Arrow, K. 1. (1951) Social Choice and Individual Values New York: Wiley. Housman, Additional Poems VII; see Page (1983), pp. 86,184--5. xxxii A Mathematical Approach to Proportional Representation Baily, W. (1869) A Scheme/or Proportional Representation London: Ridgway. Baily, W. (1872) Proportional Representation in Large Constituencies London: Ridgway. Balinski, M. L. and Young, H . P. (1982) Fair Representation New Haven: Yale University Press.
Well, it is no use your talking about waking him,' said Tweedledum, 'when you are only one of the things in his dream. ' 'I am reall' said Alice and began to cry. ' 'If! ,12 Grant the premise that Alice exists only as a thing in the King's mind, and she can laugh or cry, but it won't make her any more real. Bishop Berkeley is not to be refuted in that way. At other times the principle of Logic that Carroll has in mind is difficult to identify. Take this example where the White King waits with Alice for the arrival of one of the messengers.
A Mathematical Approach to Proportional Representation: Duncan Black on Lewis Carroll by Iain S. McLean, Alistair McMillan, Burt L. Monroe