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An Introduction To Non-aristotelian Systems And General Semantics.

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mentioned benefits are realized. Thus, any object can be considered as a set of relations of its parts ., any 'sense' perception may be considered as a response to a stimulus., which again introduces relations,. As relations are found in the scientific sub-microscopic world, the objective world, and also in the psycho-logical and verbal worlds, it is beneficial to use such a language because it is similar in structure to the external world and our nervous system; and it is applicable to all levels. The use of such a language leads to the discovery of invariant relations usually called 'laws of nature', gives us structural data which make the only possible content of 'knowledge', and eliminates also anthropomorphic, primitive, and delusional speculations, identifications, and harmful s.r.