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On the first part of this episode: The world is everything that is the case.

Aristotelian logic was mistaken both in details and overall conception, yet its key ideas survive in contemporary rationalism.

metarationality.com/Aristoteli

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In the second part of this episode: Depends upon what the meaning of the word “is” is.

Formal logic successfully addresses important defects in traditional, Aristotelian logic, but cannot deal with contextuality.

metarationality.com/formal-log

In the third part of this episode: The value of meaninglessness.

Recognizing that some statements are neither true nor false was a major advance in early 20th-century rationalism.

metarationality.com/meaningles

Mentioned in this episode, is the hilarious and brilliant "What Is Wrong With Our Thoughts?" by David Stove.

web.maths.unsw.edu.au/~jim/wro

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