Set Theory and Logic

   

Toward Excitation and Inhibition in Neutrosophic Logic

Authors: Feng Liu

Logic should have been defined as the unity of contradiction between logic director and logic implementation. Chinese Daoism asserts that everything is defined in the unity of opposites, namely yin and yang, accordingly yang conducts change and yin brings it up (I-Ching, also known as Book of Changes). In this way logic is redefined in an indeterminate style to facilitate "both A and Anti-A" etc. in neutrosophics of logic. The unity of opposites is also described as neutrality in neutrosophy. An intermediate multi-referential model of excitation and inhibition is developed to derive a multiagent architecture of logic, based on Chinese yin-yang philosophy. This methodology of excitation/inhibition suggests a rhymed way of logic, leading to a dynamic methodology of weight strategy that links logic with neural network approach. It also confirms the crucial role of indeterminacy in logic as a fatal criticism to classical mathematics and current basis of science.

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