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Topic: Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.
Posted by: Rolls Anotherone
Date/Time: 01/11/2003 11:07:36

Greetings nj,

First off, I share your interest in logic and formalism.† Your detailed digital representations in this area are of interest to me.† In my opinion, through these you contribute value to this forum.† Secondly, what follows is not to be taken as a relevancy challenge of your material to what is presented within the pages of WITW.†

As you will recall from having examined the contents of the 'Forum and NLP' thread, Michael wrote, "In terms of content of the posts; John and Carmen wanted to see active discussion around 6 key topics. (posted below) John and Carmen particularly wanted to see news of peoplesí work, they had a high interest in contributors reporting info about new models...

Here are the suggestions for topics

1. Modeling
2. Applications
3. New Code
4. Proposed Solutions to Puzzles and Recommendations
5. Origins and Definitions
6. Epistemology"

I would like to offer you the challenge of explicating your intuitions concerning the relationship between the proposition defined by this thread's topic heading and the quoted material provided above.† There is a lot of territory to work with here, nj...enjoy!†

Though I share your interest in logic and formalism, I am not well grounded in that domain.† To be perfectly honest withr you, I am† in possession of the following relevant texts:
Copi's "Introduction to Logic", Chomsky's "Aspects...", "Syntactic Structures", "Language and Mind".† I have, with regret, only made it through the first dozen or so pages of each.† At this time step, I feel that I am unable to respond intelligently to your request:

"(15) If you spot an inadequacy or other error in the syllogism standardization criterion I give in item (9) of this post, could you please reply back to this post?† I will also appreciate any reply that alerts me to other errors in this post."

Further, even if I was better prepared, I do not feel that this forum is the appropriate medium within which to speculate upon these matters...unless of course the content assumes the form as specifed above.† Consider it a coding decision, nj, if it so suits you.

As an aside, what specific text(s) would you recommend that the interested reader read, whose intention is to respond intelligently and appropriately to what you have presented?

"ps: if you're interested in how to parameterize subject and predicate terms in a syllogism, reply to this post, and I'll explain what I think it is to parameterize subject and predicate terms.† I didn't explain what I meant by parametrization of terms in this post, but I can in a reply post."

With keen interest,
-Pete West


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.31/10/2003 00:59:20nj
     Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.31/10/2003 01:22:14Derrick Hill
          Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.31/10/2003 20:38:54nj
               Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 03:08:58Derrick
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 04:30:17nj
     Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 04:13:09nj
          Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 11:07:36Rolls Anotherone
               Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 11:29:30Pete West
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 12:13:23Rolls Anotherone
               Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 22:34:25nj
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 23:30:01Pete West
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 23:42:31nj
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 23:48:14Pete West
               Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 22:43:10nj
          Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 12:49:48Jon Edwards
               Re:Re:Re:Correct application of categorical logic does not cause misuse of the either/or distinction.01/11/2003 23:17:21nj
          Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.03/11/2003 08:26:05nj
               Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.05/11/2003 04:24:36Todd
                    Re:Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.06/11/2003 22:21:29nj
                         Re:Re:Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.07/11/2003 05:11:33Todd
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.07/11/2003 22:10:10nj
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.08/11/2003 02:49:02Todd
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.08/11/2003 06:56:57nj
               Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.05/11/2003 05:04:28Todd
                    Re:Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.06/11/2003 21:16:11nj
                         Re:Re:Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.06/11/2003 22:14:49Todd
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Categorical Logic & Either/Or. Topic: Epistemology.06/11/2003 23:10:59nj

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