# Tag Archives: Amphecks

## Survey of Differential Logic • 5

This is a Survey of work in progress on Differential Logic, resources under development toward a more systematic treatment. Differential logic is the component of logic whose object is the description of variation — the aspects of change, difference, distribution, … Continue reading

## Survey of Animated Logical Graphs • 5

This is a Survey of blog and wiki posts on Logical Graphs, encompassing several families of graph-theoretic structures originally developed by Charles S. Peirce as graphical formal languages or visual styles of syntax amenable to interpretation for logical applications. Beginnings Logical Graphs … Continue reading

## Differential Logic and Dynamic Systems • Overview

In modeling intelligent systems, whether we are trying to understand a natural system or engineer an artificial system, there has long been a tension or trade‑off between dynamic paradigms and symbolic paradigms.  Dynamic models take their cue from physics, using … Continue reading

## Survey of Differential Logic • 4

This is a Survey of blog and wiki posts on Differential Logic, material I plan to develop toward a more compact and systematic account. Elements Differential Propositional Calculus Part 1 • Part 2 • Appendices • References Differential Logic • … Continue reading

## Differential Logic • Discussion 16

Re: Survey of Differential Logic • 3 Re: Laws of Form • Lyle Anderson LA: Thanks for posting this.  Particularly the Differential Logic and Dynamic Systems. It appears this is part of the trail to connecting Forms with Tensors.  Heim … Continue reading

## Differential Logic and Dynamic Systems • Discussion 7

Re: Differential Logic and Dynamic Systems • Intentional Propositions Re: FB | Differential Logic • Marius V. Constantin Marius Constantin asks about the logical value of an intention which is not carried out. MVC: I have in my intention to … Continue reading

## Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 16

Re: Conceptual Graphs • Gary Zhu GZ: I’m quite confused on why people are interested in Laws of Form. What is LOF trying to do? Is it just rewriting logic or is there something more fundamental. e.g. a universal algebraic … Continue reading

## Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • Discussion 5

Re: Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • 1 Re: Laws of Form • John Mingers Dear John, Once we grasp the utility of minimal negation operators for partitioning a universe of discourse into several regions and any region into … Continue reading

## Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • Discussion 4

Re: Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • 1 Re: Laws of Form • John Mingers JM: I feel as though you have posted these same diagrams many times, and it is always portrayed as clearing the ground for something … Continue reading

## Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • Discussion 3

Re: Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • 1 Re: Laws of Form • William Bricken Last time I alluded to the general problem of relating a variety of formal languages to a shared domain of formal objects, taking six … Continue reading