Quantitative Inferential Reasoning

Number intuition is evident throughout the animal kingdom, with most organisms seeming to count, demonstrated by their movements, vocalizations, and additional sounds.  Animals have a sense of proportion, for their sound production swells, recedes or otherwise modulates with continuity that signifies the integrating of relativities: pressure, volume, speed and the like.  Human conceptualizations and grammatical constructions also proportion, consisting of hybrid structures … Continue reading Quantitative Inferential Reasoning

The Origins of a Modern Philosophical Dilemma in Antiquity’s Theorizing

So conflict between the wholly mechanistic vs. nondeterministic view of emotion's causality stares us in the face, a paradox that stalls scientific theorizing and especially institutional integration until concepts are sifted and sorted, deductive choices based on comparison and contrast are made, and our image of reality submerged within the facts, including uncertainties as well as … Continue reading The Origins of a Modern Philosophical Dilemma in Antiquity’s Theorizing