Absolute Logic – logic without axioms

In first-order predicate calculus “logic” (formal system) depends on the choice of an axiomatic system. However equally expressible first-order predicate logic can be done without axioms. I construct an expressive first-order predicate logic without axioms in which only implications can be proved. Then I consider its philosophical and theological implications. We have the same rules…… Continue reading Absolute Logic – logic without axioms

What is guessed probabity and perceived value

AFAIK, in mathematical literature there is met no definition of “guessed probability” like “I (or my computer) think rain probability is 34%” or more fundamentally “In my opinion, the probability of Euler-Stocks hypothesis being true is 67%”. In this short note I give a formal definition of guessed probability. Let’s fix a (probabilistic or not)…… Continue reading What is guessed probabity and perceived value

How modern scientific ethic may block a science

How western civilization ended with a “buffer overflow” error.

Borders of science – objects more complex that ourselves?

Imagine a big construction and an engineer has moved a little detail from an one place of this construction to an other place. What has moved? The little detail, could reply you. But what if I would say that the little detail has not moved but the rest of the construction has moved around the…… Continue reading Borders of science – objects more complex that ourselves?

“Not Science” – a new method to gain knowledge that is not science

Developing a future not scientific method to replace scientific method and traditional mathematics. The method to be developed is to be highly selective and inclusive, economically effective, requiring interdisciplinarity. Not science is like science based on mathematics, but a different kind of mathematics, with an algorithm that is “not logic”.