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Logic: in filognosy we speak, according its the six points of view, about seven forms of logic set apart by their operative cause - viz. the four forms of causality - and the discipline one departs from. Since each of the three basic disciplines represents a certain causality, is one thus logically spoken in different ways reasoning from one disciplne towards the other. The disciplines on the basis of which one reasons we call, to indicate the form of logic:

1) from the facts, positive,
2) from the principles enlightened and
3) as reasoned from the person liberated.

As for the causality is the logic named

1) formative in reasoning towards the facts
2) normative in reasoning towards the principles
3) substantive as reasoned to the person
4) and constructive in the equally reasoning to all three at the same time, that is to say in the gradually building up evolutionary wise or emancipatory.

The three basic disciplines concerning the a) facts, b) the principles and c) the person, as well serving as the point of departure as the targeted end, then deliver a permutation of the abc-sequence which thus defines each of the six filognostic views as a certain form of logic:

  • abc: the positive-substantive logic typical for politics.
  • bac: the enlightened-substantive logic typical for religion.
  • acb: the positive-normative logic typical for analysis.
  • cab: the liberated-normative logic typical for spirituality.
  • bca: the enlightened-formative logic typical for philosophy.
  • cab: the liberated-formative logic typical for science.

The seventh form of logic to the constructive cause departing from the three basic disciplines is a self-referring type of logic which in fact terminbates itself: it is the logic of the meditative mind finding its peace in the realization of the reality of the here and now. Other forms of logic such as the self-referring liberated-substantive, the enlightened-normative and the positive-formative type of logic are likewise self-referring circular forms of reasoning which simply to the logic constitute the self-confirming of a vision and which filognostically are seen as forms of logic that actually are of no validity because of the selfreference. These also we then see as forms of meditative minding suitable for the self-correction of a vision.

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External Links

[http://theorderoftime.org/spiritual/filognosy/round16/logicandcause.html Round sixteen of filognosy about logic en causality.]

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