Monthly Archives: February 2013

Ontology

Why Ontology? “If we only knew what we know, namely, in the use of certain words and concepts that are so subtle in application, we would be astonished at the treasures contained in our knowledge.”           … Continue reading

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Relationalism

  Under Construction In this section I’m going to deal with something that I call relationalism. It originates from a preoccupation I’ve had for years over how much weight the ontological category of “relations” can be made to carry – … Continue reading

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Classifying Informal Logical Fallacies

What I’m after here is not a dictionary of the fallacies with perfect definitions, but rather, by placing like with like, a systematisation of them, as far as this is possible. I try not to contradict anything done by established … Continue reading

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