By I. Aranyosi

The publication deals a unique method of the assumption of divinity in guise of a philosophical doctrine known as 'Logical Pantheism', based on which the single option to identify the life of God undeniably is via equating God with Logical area.

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But the standing quantifier does not commit us to the existence, taken as absolute, of objects of thought. Consider the notion of an object of thought. We coherently say that some objects of thought exist, some don’t. For instance, suppose I have a thought about the bogeyman. Then I have a thought about Hilary Putnam. There is nothing incoherent in saying that the first object of thought does not exist, whereas the second does. But whether it exists or not has no bearing upon these items being objects of thought.

This type of quantifier is not relativized to regions of logical space, and is used to quantify over incomplete objects, that is, objects that are both incompletely depicted and depicted as incomplete. The case of attitude reports requires precisely this type of object – we can call it “logical object”. The only case in which we use the old, standard, non-indexed quantifiers that are currently used in the literature, that is “” and “”, is when quantifying over indices, that is, over letter names.

This space does not contain a region where (P & ¬P) is the case. However, there is a view, dialetheism, according to which some contradictory statements are true, or that some contradictions are true at some worlds. At a higher level, therefore, Logical Space will represent both the classical and the dialetheist space side by side. This higher level is nested in that it contains lower level canonical logical spaces. In principle, this nesting goes on to infinity, like in our example: 0-order: {P š ¬P}, {P š ¬P š (P & ¬P)} 1-order: {{P š ¬P} š {P š ¬P š (P & ¬P)}} 2-order: {{{P š ¬P} š {P š ¬P š (P & ¬P)} š {{P š ¬P} & {P š ¬P š (P&¬P)}}} ...

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