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Theory and Therapy of Representations • 4

Re: Theory and Therapy of Representations • 3 Re: Ontolog Forum • Paola Di Maio JA: What are the forces distorting our representations of what’s observed, what’s expected, and what’s intended? PDM: The short answer is …. the force behind all … Continue reading

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Theory and Therapy of Representations • 3

Representation is a concept we find at the intersection of cybernetics, epistemology, logic, mathematics, psychology, and sociology.  In my studies it led me from math to psych and back again, with sidelong glances at the history of democratic governance.  Its … Continue reading

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Theory and Therapy of Representations • 2

December 19, 2011 In a complex society, people making decisions and taking actions at places remote from you have the power to affect your life in significant ways.  Those people govern your life, they are your government, no matter what … Continue reading

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Theory and Therapy of Representations • 1

Again, in a ship, if a man were at liberty to do what he chose, but were devoid of mind and excellence in navigation (αρετης κυβερνητικης), do you perceive what must happen to him and his fellow sailors? Plato • … Continue reading

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Survey of Cybernetics • 2

Again, in a ship, if a man were at liberty to do what he chose, but were devoid of mind and excellence in navigation (αρετης κυβερνητικης), do you perceive what must happen to him and his fellow sailors? Plato • … Continue reading

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Theory and Therapy of Representations • 5

Re: R.J. Lipton and K.W. Regan • Legal Complexity I do not pretend to understand the moral universe; the arc is a long one, my eye reaches but little ways; I cannot calculate the curve and complete the figure by … Continue reading

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Survey of Inquiry Driven Systems • 4

This is a Survey of blog and wiki resources on Inquiry Driven Systems, material I plan to refine toward a more compact and systematic treatment of the subject. An inquiry driven system is a system having among its state variables … Continue reading

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Functional Logic • Inquiry and Analogy • 21

Inquiry and Analogy • Generalized Umpire Operators To get a better handle on the space of higher order propositions and continue developing our functional approach to quantification theory, we’ll need a number of specialized tools.  To begin, we define a … Continue reading

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Functional Logic • Inquiry and Analogy • 20

Inquiry and Analogy • Application of Higher Order Propositions to Quantification Theory Table 21 provides a thumbnail sketch of the relationships discussed in this section. Resources Logic Syllabus Boolean Function Boolean-Valued Function Logical Conjunction Minimal Negation Operator Introduction to Inquiry … Continue reading

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Functional Logic • Inquiry and Analogy • 19

Inquiry and Analogy • Application of Higher Order Propositions to Quantification Theory Reflection is turning a topic over in various aspects and in various lights so that nothing significant about it shall be overlooked — almost as one might turn … Continue reading

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