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Dec 5, 2013 at 10:05 AM

Even recently, Avi Sion, the owner of Logician.net, is quoted as saying that "No Copernican revolution is conceivable in the field of logic: It would not merely be anti-Aristotelian, but anti-rational" (Sion, 2005). Although the title of his other work, Future Logic, seems to contradict this.

In my own work, The Dimensional Philosopher's Toolkit (Coppedge, 2013), however, I mention that there is a possibility of a 'second center' to concepts, a new idea that is at least figuratively Copernican. Indeed, if two centers are possible for a given concept, this has implications for typology of categories, and hence ideas such as systems and intrinsics within philosophy and science. A new conceptual tool as fundamental as a second center, which I compare to a second zero, could re-figure the context for fundamentals like quantity, scale, and coherency.

Diagrammatic approaches to reasoning, which I introduce in the same book, offer advantages for conceptualizing perfect coherence. Although Coherentism was previously conceived to be a relevant concept to philosophy (see for example Rescher 1973, Lewis 2001, and Wilber 1999), the concept was not previously applied in a relevant way to diagrams. Another notable contender, the Cartesian coordinate system, in fact gradually came under criticism for its incoherence, its need to consume infinites or to dwell on a 'fractionalized equation'. The corroboration between quality and quantity is critical for understanding the nature of coherence, being a logic almost comparable to quantum-superposition.

Elsewhere (see my articles titled "The Only System" and "Construing Objective Coherentism in Aristotle's Categories" ) I describe how the method of categorical deduction is distinct from the Aristotelian categorical syllogism (even though some say that the term syllogism literally means deduction, it can also be...

Nov 2, 2013 at 6:22 PM
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