G H wrote:
It seems humans have a propensity to make logic into what they want .... By blind siding ourselves to the contrary we lose sight of the substance of our entire being.
As to humans "making logic into what they want", indeed alternatives to classical logic have been invented. The approach of paraconsistent logic is that paradox and contradiction may be interesting
rather than just a problem to be solved, of either trying to eliminate the incoherence or discarding the affair as worthless / meaningless. Paraconsistent logic may regard conflicting attributes, forces or ideas as a more widespread phenomenon; rather than the occasional, unbearable oddity falling out of, say, artifacts like naive set theory or linguistic paradoxes (like the Liar's Paradox) which then require creation of ad hoc rules to buttress the late-discovered fragility of the system or avoid the first impressions / circular trap of a stand-alone statement.
As to "blind siding ourselves to the contrary"... If there was a general abhorrence for conflicting properties / circumstances, it would perhaps stem, again, from explosive systems of reasoning. When (for everyday life) not just falling out of any disastrous consequences for survival in our non-abstract world. Classical logic is explosive, it cannot tolerate inconsistency. From contradictory premises, anything can be inferred; "from a falsehood, conclude anything you like", as its whole regulatory framework tumbles down if accepting the former. If assuming something is true leads to an "absurd" state of affairs, a contradiction, then the judgement is that it was incorrect to make that assumption.
If absurdity is part of the way of nature then it would seem there are few incorrect assumptions.
Humans have two opposeable hands, feet, eyes, ears, kidneys ovaries, testis, Yet where the body folds (along the fault line) is where the heart, mind (also divided), reproductive and metabolism functions are?
What exactly is this invisible line that intersects the vertical parallels of the human form and condition?
The heard divided in four ventricles it seems also has its "duality"
It seems as if nothing could exist without duality.
Our feelings and taste also seem to have a divide as to sexual preference...
As if each side of sexual preference is an opposeable appendage of emotional substance and taste.
If our understanding has eyes it seems likely that there are two of them...