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Research Paper | Philosophy | Sweden | Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021 | Rating: 6.8 / 10

# Different Logics Imply Different Views of the World

Thomas Nordstrom [32]

Abstract: This paper focuses how different definitions of numbers are affecting logic then affecting how we perceive reality. If we define number 1 to be an a priori truth, arithmetic and its logic is one possible perceiving of reality, but if we define number 1 to be an a posteriori truth, we must create an alternative logic perceiving reality. When we change the definitions of numbers, it will affect logic and we will find new views of the world. It is very dramatic. If we really want to understand, we cannot just take any logic and its equations, understand it and continue to calculate. Instead we must go back to point zero, i. e. starting in reality, thinking all over again, until we have formulated new sentences and new principles, leading to new logic and new equations and comparing them with reality. It is always reality that governs, determines and dictates a theory. Before it is possible to have any opinion, idea, thesis or theory, we must interact closely with reality. If we start with establihed theories, we will only repeat and reiterate the conclusions. If we define number 0 and 1 differently, we will have different understandings of reality. If we define numbers as by the principle of relations, we will have many new applications, e. g. new tools for treating cancer and a new understanding of gravitation. We must go all the way from fundamental concepts to concrete parts and facts of reality and all the way from reality to theoretical concepts to fully understand how reality and logic correspond and are aligned. Using the formula X = aRb we can transform the most important equations of force, relativity and quantum physics into the equation below, which unites force, relativity, quantum and energy with dark matter and dark energy, i. e. X = a (Î¨ (x, t) = p1-n) b where X stands for force, gravitation and energy, a and b are systems and p1-n is a flow of packages. The absorption of any flow of packages is guided by. . .

Keywords: Numbers, logics, gravitation, black holes, theory of everything, force, quantum, relativity, worldviews

Edition: Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021,

Pages: 1298 - 1306