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Meth8-VŁ4: a Logical Journey to the End of the Human Brain

Authors: Colin James III, Arturo Tozzi, James F Peters

Logic has been, throughout themillennia, the most important tool for ancient philosophers/scientists in order to cope with scientific issues, in particular the study of the human brain and mind. However, the growing attention in the very last centuryon novel counterintiutiveconcepts such as quantum dynamics, have made logic incapable of describing scientific truths, so that it has been dismissed in the investigation of physical and biological issues. Here we introduce a novel logic model checker, called Meth8-VŁ4, that implements a variant of Łukasiewicz' four valued logic system. Meth8-VŁ4, overcomingmany limitations of the classical and non-classical logics, is able to assess the validity of scientific propositions related to neuroscientific frameworks,techniques andprocedures. We provide examples of the use of Meth8-VŁ4 in current nervous system’s approaches, in order to prove or disprove their validity. In particular, we show that topology-based and informationentropy-based approaches to brain activity are logically validated, while set theory issues are not.

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