Sunday, March 24, 2013

Why A=not A if A=A as per Asian Logic?


Why A=not A if A=A as per Asian Logic?

if "A is B" and "B is C", then "A is C" is popular logic. Aristotle used it.


suppose, if A = true then B=true.
then, if A = true, can B=false?
also, if A=false, can B=true?
and, if A=false, can B=false?

It is Chathuskotika logic associated with Buddhism.
Asian culture inherits this knowledge for thousands of years.
I always see that such knowledge is very hard for western thinking to grasp (without skeptics).

Double-slit experiment in Quantum physics also observed that a particle can be in two places at the same time.

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Subjective-Objective view is the basis of western thinking and is a fundamental error in observation. They always miss important information and make wrong decisions to destroy the environment like a dog biting it's own tail.
The western thinking should be corrected as 'observer and observable are the same one'.
Uncertainty principle conforms it.

@Fake Genius,
Buddhism demonstrates the creativity of no-mind by using no-mind.
No-mind as mind can value it's creation.


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