17 points by Siira 2 months ago
I posted this a few months ago..
Claude Shannon's 'A symbolic analysis of relay and switching circuits'
I studied physics and literary theory, and I greatly enjoyed the paper at the center of the Sokal affair : Transgressing the Boundaries: Towards a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity. 
The Sunday Boston Globe in 1998/1999 -- every week there were literally over 100 pages of help wanted ads, a large percentage of them software-related. (Some weeks the Help Wanted section was 150+ pages.)
Oh, I was confused by your comment at first. I was looking for the reference to the academic/scientific paper in your comment but got to the end and wondered if the comment was truncated or something.
Then I got it, the Sunday Boston globe was the paper you were talking about.
Not strictly a paper, but Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species.
Computer Science as empirical inquiry : Symbols and Search.
Einstein's 1905 paper on special relativity.
Classic. Schrodinger's quantum biology
Proof of an external world, G. E. Moore.
Have a link?
I had a photocopy for more than twenty years. But it's gone. A university library will probably be your best bet.