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December 29th, 2013, 16:49
Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer View Post
What they BOTH entirely don't teach is - what is taught outside of Business Schools
If we treat it abstractly (and mathematically, where the fun is), taking the titles as they are, literally, there's no such limitation. We have the union of two sets, one set (H) containing everything taught at Harvard business school, the other set (What's not taught at Harvard business school) contains everything else, all element not in H. It's the complement of H, let's call that set H'. The union of a set and its complement, in this case H and H' (H U H') contains everything.

But in real life of course it's all about business. Which of course isn't funny at all.

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