Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Self-evident transcendent logic

Every time I mention logic people seem to assume I am talking about the logic of Ancient Greece or the modern equivalent of the discipline. So I wanted to elaborate and try to explain what I mean.

First and foremost, my logic is based on the Torah so I am definitely not a fan of Greek philosophers even though they said many correct things.

Secondly, my logic can be described as self-evident and transcendent. For example, 2+2=4 or "thou shalt not murder" is most certainly self-evident and transcendent.

Last but not least, the reason why I use self-evident and transcendent logic is that it can't be denied unless you are crazy or dishonest.

So when you read my logical statements, they should also be self-evident and transcendent to you because I use self-evident and transcendent logical axioms to come to my conclusions.

Do not get me wrong, I do make mistakes. I am not saying I am always saying the absolute truth. But in many of my posts, this is exactly the case.

In fact, I often say such banal things that I wonder why most people do not get it and/or agree with me. My best guess is that many people can't admit when they are wrong, which is totally understandable but really sad.

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