LOGICAL ASPECTS OF INTUITIVE THINKING
I. BUILES ROLDAN
H. MANRIQUE TISNES
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In this article we defend the possibility of finding in intuitive thinking a set of characteristics or laws which refer to logical aspects, which are different from classic symbolic logic, involving both the rational (intellectual) and the emotional side of human being. To this end, we propose an articulation between authors who, in spite of coming from different perspectives, argue in favor of the existence of logical aspects in intuitive thinking or in thinking in general. First, we develop what we mean by logical aspects, taking into account the concepts of logic and logos, and we establish a difference between a logical aspect and the logical system itself. After that, we propose following Ramirez (2012) who, based on psychological, psychoanalytic, philosophical and mathematical approaches, considered there to be two types of logic behind the process of intuitive thinking: primary logic and secondary logic, which interact giving place to a third kind of logic named fractal logic. Finally, we propose a link between fractal logic and intuitive thinking.
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