I rarely reply to you because you are hooked into a form of mathematical realism/mysticism for which you use the nebulous term "computing". Reference to developments in cognitive science at Berkeley (for example) will reveal why computational/informational models have failed and been largely abandoned.
Any "logic" you detect in my theses is dialectal
(thesis/antithesis/synthesis) rather than formal
. It mirrors Piaget's attempts to account for
the psychological development of formal logic and thereby necessarily transcends it. My approach also encompasses Heideggar's Zeit
( the dynamics of Sein
), Derrida's aporia
(the inevitability of paradox/the rejection of the law of the excluded middle) and may even echo some aspects of spiritual holism.
So unless you are prepared to engage me at this level and cite references (as I do) in support of your criticisms, I have little to say to you.