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Agustin, Eric Datu. (2008). Relativistic Logics and the Advent of Unifier Logic. Manila, Philippines: Eilvu Gimatria Philosophy Paper Pub by EricAgustin

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Agustin, Eric Datu. (2008). Relativistic Logics and the Advent of Unifier Logic. Manila, Philippines: Eilvu Gimatria Philosophy Paper Pub.

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									Agustin, Eric Datu. (2008). Relativistic Logics and the Advent of Unifier Logic. Manila,
Philippines: Eilvu Gimatria Philosophy Paper Pub.




                                   RELATIVISTIC LOGICS AND
                              THE ADVENT OF UNIFIER LOGIC
                                 By Eric Datu Agustin1 a.k.a. Eilvu Gimatria




Keywords: Relativistic Logics and the Advent of Unifier Logic, Philosophy of Logic, Logical
Theory, biocomputing machines, BCMs




1
  Eric D. Agustin is an Associate Professor of Education at the University of the East, Manila, Philippines. He is presently a
Ph.D. Education candidate at the University of the Philippines, Quezon City. He holds a MAEd in Administration and
Supervision from the Tarlac State University. He is a PRC licensed secondary school science teacher. He has been a Licensure
Exam for Teachers (LET) coordinator and reviewer, researcher, Physics teacher, science coach, computer instructor, and chess
coach. His research interests are in the fields of educational philosophy, educational management, and research and evaluation.
(Email: eric.agustin@up.edu.ph or ericdagustin@yahoo.com.)
                 RELATIVISTIC LOGICS2 AND THE ADVENT OF UNIFIER LOGIC3:
                AN ABRIDGED EXTREMIST’S VIEW IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF LOGIC4



             Abstract: In all probability, relativistic logics (RL) have been the forerunner
             of any logical system5. From the ancient times up to this present era and for
             the future to come, RL will continue to sharpen the course of any logic. On
             that foregoing logical standpoint, RL’s groundbreaking breakthroughs (i.e.,
             relativized/differentiated/revised/modified logical systems) will be presented
             briefly in this paper one at a time as attempts to wrap things up;
             consequently, to stand on the shoulders of giants (philosophers of logic).
             Incisively, a succinct discussion will follow regarding the approximate
             idealization of yet another novel logical world system – Real-time Logic (RT).




                                                                Preliminary

                   The developments of logic6 could be traced back from their origins, but with
             ample restraints7. One instance of these developments is the written
             philosophical artifacts of Aristotle of Ancient Greece8. In addition, there were
             also similar trends that kept these “essentials of logic”9 extant from that time on –
             up to this present epoch. However, due to limited space and time, suffice to say




2    Relavistics logics are herein assumed to be ‘proto-devices’ that drive the existence of the other variants of logic. Websites / URL addresses
    retrieved on March to May, 2008
3  Unifier logic (Real-time logic) is a novel encapsulating but ‘frameless’ logic that emerged from relativistic logics. It draws its
    information/resources from vital sources of logics such as AI, computational, fuzzy, infinitary, superquantum, and so logics, with the aid of a
    non-so-distant virtual ‘superquantum computing machines’. [Note: One may also see the entry about quantum computers, for rudimentary
    ideas of the advent of real-time logic.]
4 It is not so that most, if not all, of the important figures in the philosophy of logic were included in this paper. Readers are advised to consult

    other references.
5 Elementary knowledge about the topics is expected of the reader.
6 Kneale, William Calvert , and Martha Kneale. The development of logic. Oxford UK: Clarendon Press, 1962.
7 Scholz, Heinrich, 1884-1956. Concise history of logic. New York: Philosophical Library, 1961.
8“The     first rules of formal logic that have come down to us were written by Aristotle (Posterior Analytics).”
    <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logic#cite_note-3>
9 Sellars, Roy Wood. The essentials of logic. New York: Hougton Mifflin, 1925.


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