Question about Luhmann's Numbering Syntax
This comment from Christian has stuck with me since I first saw it, and has changed many parts of my life:
You cannot beat paper when it comes to retention. Every coffee stain can serve as an anchor to help remember a note's Gestalt and content.
I'm trying the exercise of moving my important notes from digital to paper. If it's vaguely successful, I think I'm sold.
So I'll want to make sure I get card-linking right, sooner rather than later. I've looked around and can't quite find an explanation of what Luhmann was doing with slashes and commas. Can anyone point me to a summary of those subtleties of his linking syntax?