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Re: [ontolog-forum] new logic

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From: Paola Di Maio <paola.dimaio@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2010 21:28:55 +0000
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re. Haiku

I forgot to follow up to a certain important point you made (but the thought has been running as back process)

There is, of course, an enormous amount of verbiage that has
been written about computers and programs.  Much of it goes
far beyond FOL, and much of the rest would lose a great deal
of the intended meaning if translated to FOL.

For examples, see the translation of Windows error messages
to haiku, which add that certain "je ne sais quoi":


1) Are you finally buying into the idea of 'chinese logic?' (or japanese as in this case)
(as in non FOL, or more generalise as more western)
2) If we can admit that certain verbage/propositions - such as Haikus -  may not reflect in FOL (or may not be expressed as FOL, or other
FOL relation as you may see) what other logic would be suitable for them?

(sorry if you have addressedthis point before, I dont manage to read all the lists)

 thanks in advance

Paola Di Maio
“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”
Albert Einstein

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