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For questions about logic, whether it concerns syllogistic logic, mathematical logic or the nature of logic itself.

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Could someone explain in simple words how linear logic connective ⊗ is different from logical AND and ⊕ from OR? is it that they have polarity? so it would be ⊗ is equivalent of 'AND POSITIVE' and … ) in a sense that opposite of + is -? How should I understand (! and ?) exponentials? do they have equivalents in normal logic or maths? Am I reading this correctly? A ⊸ B := A⊥ ⅋ B. A and B connective is equal to Not A with B. What does this connective mean? …
asked May 16 '14 by Matas Vaitkevicius
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There is this movement 'New Thought' that believes to exist Law of Attaction. The law of attraction will certainly and unerringly bring to you the conditions, environment and experiences in life …
asked Dec 14 '15 by Matas Vaitkevicius
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-like oscillation in classical logic, and in a paraconsistent one you can settle it with a dialetheia, yes+no, however you wish to interpret that. Can God wish for things impossible even for him? I … suppose yes, there is nothing logically impossible about that, I think. I however don't see why 'weakly' omnipotent being would break logic by creating another 'weakly' omnipotent being (like …
asked Aug 31 '16 by Matas Vaitkevicius
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My 5 cents - not very scientific and most likely flaw logic: 'all knowing' being must have abilities: 1. Means of observing in all the things in the universe that he is in. 2. Means of processing …
answered May 9 '14 by Matas Vaitkevicius
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that made the first one... But same applies to big bang - something had to appear out of nothing no matter how you go about this... and this goes against logic... But here's what I realised …
asked Jun 21 '17 by Matas Vaitkevicius
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universe is the right word to use here but lets say that this is where our universe came from). That other part is 'illogical' at least in rule that it allows things to appear out of nowhere. Logic appears … only in space-time (logic is based on axioms that do not require proof - they came from observing events happening in time, therefore time and logic can be considered as inseparable and logic to be …
asked May 9 '14 by Matas Vaitkevicius
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I think logic is dependent on time. My reasoning is that all of the basic logic concepts are based on axioms that are observations in time (so basic that they do not require proof). This then … leads to the conclusion that logic only works in time, and that if time would not move in a one directional stream but instead would move at random, sometimes forward, sometimes backwards, one would not …
asked May 12 '14 by Matas Vaitkevicius