Sunday, May 1, 2016

Dimensional Exceptionist's Toolkit


Nathan Coppedge virtually invented the discipline of logical exceptionalism known as exceptionism or typological exceptionism. This text is an intellectual triumph. As the seventh volume of the Dimensional Encyclopedia, it archetypally explores the concepts of coherence vs. incoherence and many related fields, while extending previously introduced concepts such as Coppedge’s method of categorical deduction and the generation of logic sentences. It also introduces a spattering of insights about proto- (and proto-proto) mathematics, and other areas which affect the tools and methodology of philosophers and scientists. More than just a run-of-the-mill manifesto, this is an imaginative and subtle work written in a lucid style. However, since it's subject is incoherence primarily, it will necessarily lack the cohesiveness found in artificially and systematically coherent works. Instead of offering a unified theory, it offers eclectic insights about many types of exceptions.

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