Plato And Aristotle's Missing Axiom Of Logical Thought: Creativity And Priorities



Published Dec 21, 2015
Thomas L. Saaty


The original three laws of thought due to Plato comprise the most basic requirements for identification and reasoning.  Here we expand these three laws to include comparison which must precede all the three laws. The only way we know a thing is by comparing it with other things, or with our memories of other things.

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Saaty, T. L. (2015). Plato And Aristotle’s Missing Axiom Of Logical Thought: Creativity And Priorities. International Journal of the Analytic Hierarchy Process, 7(3).


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Laws of thought, Logic, Pairwise Comparison, AHP

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