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Logic of identifications
We present here our theory of general logic based on identifications only. This is a theory which describes all what the mind can do using just one fundamental postulate: the mind is only able to identify structures from one (already known) context to another (new) context. From this one postulate, we can analyze mathematics, physics, language, meaning and so on.
We have taken from psychoanalysis the results they have about what’s in a baby’s mind. This is important for us because we could describe the baby’s mind (the baby’s “unconscious”) in terms of identifications, and we relate these identifications to phenomenas which appear later in sciences or language.
The great advantage is that our postulate of identifications asserts nothing more than the duality of the mind, and also that all what the mind can construct is imaginary (based on saying that identifiable structures are identified, and nothing more). This is in perfect agreement with oriental philosophies because it implies that the realm of the mind is imaginary, while the real world is beyond the mind.