Vedic view of logic

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    Pradeep Kumar

    Hare Krishna,

    I would like understand Vedic view of logic as it is developed in past few hundred years ( especially in relation to logic in computer science- algorithms/data structures/problem solving  etc). Are these patterns of thinking considered intelligent from Vedic view point? Of course, these patterns are not trying to solve real problems of life(birth, death, old age, disease) and they are not trying to understand absolute truth, but the pure science of logic and inventing problems(how to automate everything so that sense gratification becomes more efficient) and solving them, is this whole field considered simply foolish or does it warrant any credit from Vedic viewpoint? Are these really only meant to advance impersonal and mad civilisation to make everyone unhappy or do they have any use in self realisation?

    Ashish Dalela

    You have asked many questions. Here are some answers:

    1. For the problems of mathematics and logic, please read Gödel’s Mistake.

    2. For the Vedic understanding of logic, please read Semantic Reasoning.

    3. For an overview of a rational law of nature, which judges the truthfulness, righteousness, and goodness of the logical process of premise, question, and answer, read Shabda Manifesto.

    You will get your answers by reading all these things.

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