The Logic of the World
The study of logic is the study of that which makes sense, the study of those structures that necessarily must be for things to hang together without contradiction. The Greeks called the intelligible structure of something its "logos," and this is where we get our word. These necessary structures, these "logoi," are not things that we make up in our heads or record in our books. They are all around us, everywhere, the basic fabric of the world we inhabit.
Logos as Intelligibility and Intelligence Video
New video based on the previous blog post discussing the objective side of logos, intelligibility, and the subjective side, intelligence.
Cosmos and Logos Video
Here is the video based on the last blog post.