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Friday, June 15, 2012

Logic vs. Dialectics

Yesterday, I presented an important teaching of Plato. This teaching was opposed to Aristotle, the Father of logic. In Plato's Sophist dialogue at 257b, Plato's teaching says, 'When we speak of ‘that which is not,’ it seems that we do not mean something contrary to what exists but only something that is different.'  This teaching of Plato is being rejected by many scientists, who are rejecting metaphysics and are becoming atheists.(click)

In the USA, Plato's teaching has been rejected by the Supreme Court in the 1960s by removing prayers from the public schools. Today, people are wondering whether an atheist will become a judge on the U.S. Supreme Court soon. (click)  See some candidates. (click)

The rejection of Plato's teaching places Aristotle's logical thinking on the stage of human life. Logic appeared first in Euclid's geometry where parallel lines cannot intersect. But today we know that parallel lines on the surface of a sphere do intersect. In the Roman Empire, Cicero applied logic to his courts court.  In fifteen centuries of the dark 'Middle Ages, the courts failed. With the death of Cicero's courts, logic found its home in England. This home was  isolated completely after the USA was founded in 1776 with the 'Laws of Nature and of Nature's God,' which is found in the Declaration of Independence  With the isolation of logic in England, metaphysics (or dialectics) began to grow in Germany, France, and the USA. (click)

The development of atheism in the USA is thus a mirror of the logical thinking that one will find  in England. With logic, atheistic scientists in England will try to sell ideas such as bloodlines, slavery, and Darwin's evolutionary theory.

In my new book on 'A New and Modern Holy Bible with the Intelligent Design of An Active God,' I develop many dialectics.  With dialectics, I turn the minds of humans towards Abraham, Jesus, Nicholas of Cusa, and Gottfried Leibniz.


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