Scorelore (also called reckonlore) (English: Mathematics) is the lore of scorings, or deals mindful on draughts such as howmuchness, forbuilding, room, and shift, and also the lorewise thewfastness that learn about them. Benjamin Peirce called it "the worldken that draws needed endsay".
Through the handling of foredeeming and wordlockish mulling, scorelore outcame from notching, reckoning, deeming, and the gatherwise learning of the shapes and going of bodily gainwarp. Scoreloremen pathfind such draughts, seeking to weave new endsays and settle their truth by thorough befinding from fittingly chosen selftruths and wordmarks.
Knowledge and handling of firstknown scorelore have always been an indwelling and needful part of life and onlep. Betterings of the underpinning brainchild can be seen in scorelorely wording born in Olden Egypt, Twostreamland (Mesopotamia), India, Olden China, and Olden Greece. Thorough flits were first seen in Euclid's Euclid's Firststuff. The unfolding keepun in fitful bursts until the Newbirth years of the 16th hundredyear, when scoreloreish finding mingled with new worldkenly comeuppance, leading to a swiftening in legwork that keep on to the nowadays.
Today, scorelore is handled throughout the world in many fields, inwrapping worldken, spincraftlore, druglore and wealthlore. The besetting of scorelore to such fields, often dubbed beset scorelore, inbreathes and makes use of new scoreloreish comeuppance and sometimes leads to the unfolding of whole new fields. Scoreloremen also betroth in true scorelore, or scorelore for its own sake, without having any besetting in mind, although besettings for what began as true scorelore are often found later.
- Shapelore is the lore of shapes. An early shapeloreman was Euclid.
- Threenook reckoning is the lore of threenooks. An early threenook reckonloreman was Pythagoras.
- Unknownworthings reckoning, (Arabish al-jabr), is the lore of unknown worthings: x, y, z, and so forth.
- Flowreckoning, (Latin calculus), is the lore of things happening right now, and how fast, among other things. It was first made by Isaac Newton in England, and at the same time, but less well-known, by G.W. Leibniz on the Europish mainland.
Other names for ScoreloreEdit
Wiselore,wiseship, thoughtlore, thoughtship, thoughtcraft. Some Anglish speakers feel the need to have the same thought words as others. This is not true, banding thoughts in ways that aren't the same as Romers is the part of the strength of Anglish.