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Philosophy is hard to define, but interesting to practice. Some say it is to question answers, others to engineer language, and yet others to think about the good life. Many agree that all of these endavours are to be called philosophy in one form or another, but not all hold these forms to be of...read on
If we have more truth values on a single phenomenon then it isn't true. Like free will, know to delineate the organs for free will (first three instincts), one phenomenon and make it more continuous. If more then 2 truth values one knows it is either, consistent or might, single together for will, ...read on
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Now we will describe how one can best philosophize on LogiLogi, and what we think that philosophy on the web should be like. At the end we will tentatively analyse the differences between it, and analytic and continental philosophy, and see how the web and academia are already reaching towards ...read on
The question I consider strange. For why would argumentative reason be different from reason in general? Reason is by definition a matter of logic, and logic leads to conclusion. I see no reason to distinguish different kinds of reason on a basis of qualitative difference (as with the adjective '...read on
Philosophy consists of reasoning logically, making use of whatever logic is at-hand- and-valid in a given problem-situation. I think science is essentially no different. The difference is in the testatbility and possibility of consensus: in science everything is linked to objectiviable and ...read on
"What are the theoretical relata? And from what perspective is their relation identified?" I personally train the practical meaning of the theory by these and comparable mental games of trial and error. Science and the Reality it describes manifest the four relations in historical succession. As ...read on
Indeed the limits of traditional philosophical method are painfully visible and perceptible. So fortunately life’s possibilities don’t limit themselves like that! The limitation of philosophical method is self-imposed by humans seeking to escape transitoryness somewhere down in the ...read on
The kind of philosophy that could flourish on the web, and to which LogiLogi is specifically tailored, is a form of philosophy that combines the advantages of writings and conversations. In line with the written it is lasting, can be re-read, and referenced, while at the same time it is interactive,...read on
LogiLogi does not work with propositions and a set of logical relations to connect them, because we think that formal logic is `very limited'. While it can work for simple cases - where it is not very useful -, it breaks down in the complex cases - where it would have been useful. This breakdown ...read on
One of the greatest things that the web and computers can do for philosophy is enabling a more fluent form of quality control: one that combines quality with openness. Thus not appointing a board of experts, and then expecting them to be the sole and almighty gatekeepers (quality control, but no ...read on
First of all Entity Oriented Philosophy is a coherent mode of philosophy that fits the web well. Keeping hypertexts short allows them to be modular and easily to refer to. And what is lost in size, is gained in easy and fast linking, and thus in better integration, and more precise definitions in ...read on
While LogiLogi is tailored to Entity Oriented Philosophy, and LogiLogi looks like a perfect match for it and the web, there are good reasons to think beyond the platform. First of all LogiLogi is still very experimental, and in many ways nothing more than a mere attempt at building something ...read on
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