Animated Logical Graphs : 1

For Your Musement …

Here are some animations I made up to illustrate several different styles of proof in an extended topological variant of Peirce’s Alpha Graphs for propositional logic.

Proof Animations

See the following article for a full discussion of this type of logical graph.

Logical Graphs

Additional Resources

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