Gaging the Neural Path of the Universal Grammar by the Logos Heuristics

Antonio Cassella


The logos heuristics (“Λ”) derived from the fix of autistics—e.g., the strain to tap infinity—can help us gage the Universal Grammar that Charles Sanders Peirce implied in his “Semeiotics” since 1868. Knowledge of that Grammar equates the return of “Quetzal-coatl” in Mesoamerican legends. If that “bird-serpent/sky-land” returned with the Common Sense in Peirce’s “Pragmaticism,” social science would befit the 3rd Attention behind Dharma. In Dharma, the 2nd restores the 1st attention: infinity, finiteness; quantum, classical computing; doubt, certainty; hyperspace, spacetime; flail, crook; yin, yang; mother, father; water, stones; moon, sun; urim, thummim; nagual, tonal; Shiva, Vishnu; novelty, sameness; mindfullness, focused attention; learning, memory; fantasy, reality; unknown, known; simultaneity, sequence; lying, candor; patience, anger; fluidity, bluntness; less-than-perfection, perfection; witch, muggle; imaginary, real numbers; wine, bread; jury, law; flexibility, rigidity; hope, faith; arch, column; bow, arrow; quantum physics, gravity; and pragmatics in cerebellar microcomplexes, grammar in the neocortex. If the return of Common Sense distanced us from the desire to overwin and replace other species, our young will regain the Earth that hosted saber-toothed cats.

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International Journal of Social Science Studies   ISSN 2324-8033 (Print)   ISSN 2324-8041 (Online)

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