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2_future_logic/ 92 pages

Future Logic

FL Abstract

FL Contents

Part I - Actual Categoricals

Part II - Modal Categoricals

Part III - Logical Conditioning

Part IV - De-Re Conditioning

Part V - Class-Logic & Adduction

Part VI - Factorial Induction

Part VII - Perspectives

FL References

1 Introduction

2 Foundations

3 Logical Relations

4 Words & Things

5 Propositions

6 Oppositions

7 Eductions

8 Syllogisms: Definitions

9 Syllogisms: Applications

10 Syllogisms: Validations

11 Modality: Categories & Types

12 Sources of Modality

13 Modal Propositions

14 Modal Oppositions & Eductions

15 Main Modal Syllogisms

16 Other Modal Syllogisms

17 Transitive Categoricals

18 Permutation

19 More About Quantity

20 Credibility

21 Logical Modality

22 Contextuality

23 Conjunction

24 Hypothetical Propositions

25 Hypotheticals: Oppositions & Eductions

26 Disjunction

27 Intricate Logic

28 Logical Compositions

29 Hypothetical Syllogism & Production

30 Logical Apodosis & Dilemma

31 Paradoxes

32 Double Paradoxes

33 Conditional Propositions

34 Natural Conditional: Features

35 Natural Conditionals: Oppositions, Eductions

36 Natural Conditional Syllogism & Production

37 Natural Apodosis & Dilemma

38 Temporal Conditionals

39 Extensionals: Features, Oppositions, Eductions

40 Extensional Conditional Deduction

41 Modalities of Subsumption

42 Condensed Propositions

43 Logic of Classes

44 Hierarchies & Orders

45 Illicit Processes in Class Logic

46 Adduction

47 Theory Formation

48 Theory Selection

49 Synthetic Logic

50 Actual Induction

51 Elements & Compounds

52 Fractions & Integers

53 Factorial Analysis

54 Modal Induction

55 Factor Selection

56 Applied Factor Selection

57 Formula Revision

58 Gross Formula Revision

59 Factorial Formula Revision

60 Phenomena

61 Consciousness & The Mind

62 Perception & Recognition

63 Past Logic

64 Critique of Modern Logic

65 Developments in Tropology

66 Metalogic

67 Inductive Logic

68 Future Logic

FL Appendix 1

F1 to F21

F22 to F42

F43 to F63

FL Appendix 2

FL Reading Suggestions

FL Description

Table 51.1

Table 52.2

Table 56.2

Table 58.1

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2b_phenome_nology/ 18 pages

Phenomenology

Pheno Abstract

Pheno Contents

Pheno Figures 1-4

1 What, Why & How

2 Organizing Principles

3 Experiences & Abstractions

4 Conceptualization

5 The Self

6 Additional Topics

7 Active Role of Logic

8 Epistemological Issues in Maths

9 Theology Without Prejudice

Pheno Appendix 1

Pheno Appendix 2

Pheno Appendix 3

Pheno References

    

3_judaic_logic/ 49 pages

Judaic Logic

JL Abstract

JL Contents

JL Diagrams

1 Introduction

2 Adductive Logic in Torah

3 Formalities of A-Fortiori

4 Qal vaChomer

5 Revised List Bible A-Fortiori

6 Language Bible A-Fortiori

7 Without Prejudice

8 Initial Impressions

9 Traditional Teachings

10 Thirteen Midot I

11 Thirteen Midot II

12 Sinai Connection

13 Concept of Mitzvah

14 Logical Aspects of Emunah

15 Epilogue to JL

JL Appendices

JL References

Slatkine

JL Allied Works

JL Addenda

Jewish Logic

Raison Talmudique

Islam Logic

JL Appendix 4

JL Summary

JL Appendix 1

JL Appendix 2

JL Appendix 3

JL Appendix 5

JL Appendix 6

JL Diagram 1

JL Diagram 2

JL Diagram 3

JL Diagram 4

JL Diagram 5

JL Diagram 6

JL Diagram 7

JL Diagram 8

JL Diagram 9

JL Diagram 10

Islamic Hermeneutics

Islamic Law Structure

Philosophie de l'Islam

Revue juive

    

3b_buddhist_illogic/ 19 pages

Buddhist Illogic

BI Abstract

BI Contents

BI Foreword

1 Tetralemma

2 Neither Real Nor Unreal

3 N's Use of Dilemma

4 Subject-Predicate Relation

5 Percepts & Concepts

6 Motion & Rest

7 Causality

8 Co-Dependence

9 Karmic Law

10 God & Creation

11 Self or Soul

12 Self-Knowledge

BI Afterword

BI Appendix 1

BI Appendix 2

    

4_logic_of_causation/ 42 pages

The Logic of Causation

LC Abstract

LC Contents

LC Phase I

LC Phase II

LC Phase III

About Causal Logic

1 Paradigm of Causation

2 Generic Determinations

3 Specific Determinations

4 Immediate Inferences

5 Causative Syllogism

6 List of Positive Moods

7a Reduction of Positive Moods

7b Reductions in Figure 1

7c Reductions in Figure 2

7d Reductions in Figure 3

8a Matricial Analyses

8b Matricial Analyses cont'd

9 Squeezing Out More

10 Wrapping Up Phase One

11 Piecemeal Microanalysis

12a Systematic Microanalysis

12b Systematic Microanalysis cont'd

13 Some More Microanalyses

14a Main Three-Item Syllogisms

14b Main Three-Item Syllogisms cont'd

15a Some More Three-Item Syllogisms

15b Some More Three-Item Syllogisms cont'd

16 Outstanding Issues

17 Resuming the Research

18 Moduses of the Forms

19 Defining Causation

20 Concerning Complements

21 Causative Syllogisms

22 Scanning for Conclusions

23 Exploring Further Afield

24 A Practical Guide to Causative Logic

Mill's Methods

Grand Matrices

LC Tables

LC References

 

    

    

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Volition and Allied Causal Concepts

Volition Abstract

Vol Contents

1 Basic Causal Relations

2 Interactions Volition & Causation

3 Further Analysis Volition

4 Consciousness & Responsibility

5 Influence & Freedom

6 Further Analysis Influence

7 Workings of Volition

8 Volition & Special Sciences

9 Will, Velleity & Whim

10 Affections & Appetites

11 Complications of Influence

12 Urges & Impulses

13 Quasi-Purposive in Nature

14 Concepts of Evolution

15 More about Evolution

16 The Self

17 Some Deontology

18 More Deontology

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Volition References

About Causal Logic

    

5_other_writings/ 21 pages

Other Writings

OW Contents

The Laws of Thought

The Self

Ethics

Theology

No to Sodom

Zionism

Preview

Univ. Populaire

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Chronologie philo antique

Philo chrétiene

Philo islamique

Epistemologie moderne

Principes essentiels de logique

Logique hypothétique

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5b_ruminate/ 22 pages

Ruminations

Abstract

Rum Contents

Ruminations Part I

Ruminations Part II

1. The Laws of Thought

2. Induction

3. Words

4. Formal Logic

5. Paradoxes

6. "Modern Logic"

7. Cognitive Development

8. Causal Logic

9. Negation

Mill's Methods

JL Addenda

JL Diagrams

Jewish Logic

Islamic Logic

Foucault Archeology

More Foucault

Bolzano

    

5c_meditate/ 40 pages

Meditations

Abstract

Med Contents

I - Some theoretical considerations

II - Understanding the self

III - Some behavioral disciplines

IV - Some sitting meditations

1. What is meditation?

2. Thought and meditation

3. The goals of meditation

4. Theory and practice

5. Interpretations

6. Coexistence of One and many

7. Methods and experiences

8. The individual self in Monism

9. The impression of self

10. Impermanence: concept/Principle

11. Not essence, but entity

12. Distinguishing the ego

13. Dismissing the ego

14. Relief from suffering

15. Taking up the challenge

16. Face facts with equanimity

17. Stop substance addictions

18. Don't stuff yourself silly

19. Limit input from the media

20. Forget your face

21. Give up sensuality

22. On "sexual liberation"

23. Practice non-attachment

24. Time, place and posture

25. Observe thought mechanisms

26. Stop unnecessary thinking

27. Dealing with distractions

28. Sitting Forgetting

29. Breath awareness

30. Being here and now

31. With or without a self

32. Whether mind or matter

33. Already there

    

6_reflect/ 7 pages

Logical & Spiritual Reflections

Abstract

LSR Contents

Addenda

Reflections References

Chanukah

Zionism

    

    

6_Book_1/ 13 pages

Hume's Induction Problems

1. Hume's "problem of induction"

2. The principle of induction

3. Causation, necessity and connection

4. The psychology of induction

5. The self or soul

6. Freewill

7. The is-ought dichotomy

8. Hempel's paradox of confirmation

9. Goodman's paradox of prediction

10. The induction of induction

11. Descartes' mind-body dichotomy

12. Remarks on causal logic

    

    

6_Book_2/ 9 pages

Critique of Kant's Unreason

1. Kant's transcendental reality

2. The analytic-synthetic dichotomy

3. Theory of knowledge

4. Experience, space and time

5. Kant's "categories"

6. Ratiocinations

7. How numbers arise

8. Geometrical logic

    

    

6_Book_3/ 22 pages

Defense of Aristotle's Laws of Thought

1. Logicians have to introspect

2. Primacy of the laws of thought

3. Ontological status of the laws

4. Fuzzy logic

5. Misrepresentation of Aristotle

6. Not on the geometrical model

7. A poisonous brew

8. The game of one-upmanship

9. In Buddhist discourse

10. Calling what is not a spade a spade

11. Buddhist causation theory

12. A formal logic of change

13. Buddhist critique of change

14. Different strata of knowledge

15. Impermanence

16. Buddhist denial of the soul

17. Status of sense perceptions

18. Status of dreams and daydreams

19. Status of conceptions

20. The laws of thought in meditation

21. Reason and spirituality

    

    

6_Book_4/ 16 pages

More Meditations

1. Go directly and keep going

2. Breath and thought awareness

3. Self awareness

4. Meditation on the self

5. Remarks on meditation

6. Mental health

7. Behold the mind

8. The four foundations and the core practice

9. Transcending suffering and karma

10. Behold the soul

11. The Buddhist no-soul theory

12. Buddhist historicity

13. About Buddhist idolatry

14. Buddhist messianism

15. Assimilating Buddhism

    

    

6_Book_5/ 16 pages

Zen Judaism

1. God and Creation

2. Torah and faith

3. Bible text & commentary

4. Tradition vs. innovation

5. The rabbinical estate

6. Judaic illogic

7. Jewish meditation

8. Enlightenment not idolatry

9. Good people

10. A world of mercy

11. Understanding injustice

12. Forgiveness

13. Actions and reactions

App 1. Round numbers in Torah

App 2. Prayer in uncertainty

    

    

6_Book_6/ 18 pages

No to Sodom

1. Picking up the gauntlet

2. Homosexuals defined

3. Homosexual tendencies

4. The biological role of sex

5. Non-reproductive sex

6. Deviance and suffering

7. Some probable causes

8. Changing rationalizations

9. It is freely chosen

10. Sensuality and perversion

11. Spiritual impurity

12. The essence of sodomy

13. A social revolution

14. Defenders and promoters of homosexuality

15. Some legal issues

16. A call for recovery

17. Ban homosexuals from Judaism

    

7_fortiori/ 49 pages

A Fortiori Logic

 

Abstract

 

CONTENTS

 

Foreword

 

Part I - Formalities

 

Part II - Ancient & Medieval History

 

Part III - Modern & Contemporary Authors

 

Appendices

 

Main References

 

1 The standard forms

 

2 More formalities

 

3 Still more formalities

 

4 Apparently variant forms

 

5 Comparisons & correlations

 

6 A fortiori in Greece & Rome

 

7 A fortiori in the Talmud

 

8 In the Talmud, continued

 

9 Post-Talmudic rabbis

 

10 A fortiori in the Christian Bible

 

11 Islamic ‘logic'

 

12 A fortiori in China & India

 

13 Moses Mielziner

 

14 Adolf Schwarz

 

15 Saul Lieberman

 

16 Louis Jacobs

 

17 Heinrich Guggenheimer

 

18 Adin Steinsaltz

 

19 Jonathan Cohen

 

20 Michael Avraham

 

21 Gabriel Abitbol

 

22 Hyam Maccoby

 

23 Alexander Samely

 

24 Lenartowicz & Koszteyn

 

25 Abraham, Gabbay & Schild

 

26 Stefan Goltzberg

 

27 Andrew Schumann

 

28 Allen Wiseman

 

29 Yisrael Ury

 

30 Hubert Marraud

 

31 Various other commentaries

 

32 A fortiori in various lexicons

 

33 Conclusions and prospects

 

A1 - A fortiori in the Jewish Bible

 

A2 - A fortiori in the Mishna

 

A3 - A fortiori in the 2 Talmuds

 

A4 - A fortiori in Plato & Aristotle

 

A5 - A fortiori in other world literature

 

A6 - Logic in the Torah

 

A7 - Logic topics of general interest

 

 

 


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