The Elementals

Logic Forum (2012)
A work on the philosophy of logic (1980) This is an attempt to view the most basic and fundamental part of modern logic from a perspective which shares no grounds with any established schools of philosophical logic, in that the truth and falsehood as judged by means of human interventions is denied and the notion of logical dimensions is introduced. It establishes the minimum irrefutable logical structure and proceeds to found the relations between logic and geometry. The description of symmetry creates and simultaneously constrains the logical structure, whereas symmetry itself can only be postulated. What really symmetry is, is a riddle of the intellect. Please think of it for at least one hour before you open this book.
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