Differential Logic and Dynamic Systems • Discussion 5

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Last time I mentioned a few old writings I thought might serve to smooth the transition from “Differential Propositional Calculus” to the steeper climbs of “Differential Logic” and “Differential Logic and Dynamic Systems”.  I was pleased to discover LibreOffice made nice PDFs of my ancient Word Docs, so I can make a first installment on my promissory note by linking to a couple of those documents below.

The above selections were written to document the Theme One Program I developed all through the 1980s.  The program and documentation were eventually submitted to fulfill the thesis requirement for my Master’s in Psychology at Michigan State (1989).  Over time I’ll upgrade the formatting and serialize the relevant parts to my blog.

Resources

cc: CyberneticsOntolog • Peirce List (1) (2) (3)Structural ModelingSystems Science
cc: FB | Differential LogicLaws of Form

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