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the-logical-OR

Page history last edited by Thaddeus 11 years, 4 months ago

 

a relevantish video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzRLP_PkV1c

 

Wikipedia gives the following: "In logic and mathematics, or, also known as logical disjunction or inclusive disjunction is a logical operator that results in true whenever one or more of its operands are true. E.g. in this context A or B is true if A, B or both A and B are true." in the summary @ the beginning of the article.

 

I find the following claim I read somewhere or wheres interesting, but cannot claim I actually understand it (so heres my bit o' trivia): 

 

Logic gates, as fundamental to modern computer circuits , and @ least some calculator circuits, [etc], prove by hardware realisation that @ least one type oflogic and/or aspect of logic (some of logic) is true, since hardware realised.  

 

I can't imagine that the school of philosophy that doesn't accept anything as true unless they can build a machine that does it ( an actual modern philosophical position, whos name  I temperarilly forget, [and which is a type of epistemology, I believe.])

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