**Ben Goertzel** (*ben@goertzel.org*)

*Tue, 30 Mar 1999 19:06:08 -0500*

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*>>Hitoshi, your "philosophical" paper does not really address this
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*>>philosophical issue.
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*>>I'm not interested in philosophical verbiage so much as in the logic of
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*>>this relationship.
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*>I am too. Just I could not find a proper logical structure that suits the
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*>situation which I want to describe.
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It seems to me that what needs to be done to place the theory on a firm

logical foundation

is to

1) establish a general formalism, conceptual and mathematical, for the logic

of wholes versus

the logic of parts

2) derive QM from the logic of parts and GR from the logic of wholes,

introducing additional

mathematical assumptions as necessary

I have some more ideas about this, which I will give a little later when I

have more time.

ben

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