It’s a tertiary logic system, in which the bulk of the work is done in somewhat of a boolean fashion, with the 3rd being the deciding factor -

t makes sense. I tend towards “embodied cognition” as my model, so in my view, we incorporate the very world around us into us and construct a reality that hopefully strongly resembles … well.. what’s around us. Wait – no no – we don’t construct it INTO us – rather, we’re an intrinsic PART of the very world we are constructing. UGH – growing up with dualistic language it’s HARD to get away from the whole ‘IN/OUT”way of tlaking.

I also see logic as an emotional state utilizing a limited number of emotions resulting in a greater speed and it’s mostly processed in an offset portion of the brain. It’s a tertiary logic system, in which the bulk of the work is done in somewhat of a boolean fashion, with the 3rd being the deciding factor – the one that has to deal with the bulk of the other emotional states, compress them into a nifty little kernel and use to decide “True / False” “Right / “Wrong” “Certain / Uncertain” – and dual-type things.

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