By 1975 Kurt was immersed in, perhaps obsessed with, G. Spencer Brown's book Laws of Form. Accordingly, he developed a proposal for a course by that title to be offered at Sacramento State University. In his proposal, he states: "Our hypothesis is that "Laws of Form" is a useful tool for integrating academic disciplines. The calculus is the mathematics of form. (It is non-numerical--no messy numbers to add up wrong.) It may be applied in any discipline, since it is the unifying principle behind the various disciplines. It transcends the form of many distinctions by taking distinction itself as the form. This is one way to recombine the multiversity into a university." Kurt's proposal was accepted and the course taught in 1975; the bibliography alone is stunning and provides insight into the depth of Kurt's base of knowledge and library. Audio tapes of the course lectures and discussion were recorded and the first lecture in the course is available.