Views of History

During the history, there have been (at least) three main views to explain occurrences inside communities and societies.

By clicking one button below, you are able to see one or all (three) main views of history:

(According to Professor Yrjö Ahmavaara)

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Validations

 

Language & Logic

In order to gain an understanding of the nature of a correspondence between language, logic and occurrences in the world, here is for you:

The structure of a language and the scheme of languages: (1)

* The structure of a language *

The structure of a language

* The scheme of languages *

The scheme of languages

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The scheme of feedback-circle below shows how the special acts changes the world of reality:

Feedback-circle between reality and acts:

Feedback-circle between reality and acts





(3)
"Feedback-circle which represents an interaction between objective and subjective" (by Yrjö Ahmavaara(2), Professor of theoretical physics and social methodology).

The description of a "possible world":

The possible world

After we have get to know branches and trends of the logic,
I think we are able to continue dealing with the Philosophical logic(4).

More illuminations dealing with the Philosophical Logic are on view on the page:
Georg Henrik von Wright, the inventor of the Modern Deontic Logic.

Authors' calendar
Authors from Vergilius to latest Nobel Prize winners, great books etc.
by kirjasto.fi.
Plato and his dialogues
Plato and his dialogues online including a list of Plato's works.
The computer revolution in philosophy
Aaron Sloman:
The Computer Revolution in Philosophy (1978).