Logical Basics

If we were able to define the basic terms of logic in a simple and unambiguous way — then the terms used in that definition would be the true basic terms.

The meaning of terms can only be learned — by doing. If these doings are clear and elementary, the terms may potentially be called logical.

Whether doings are clear and elementary depends crucially on where they take place, on the environs. On the available means. In the case of logic these are, above all, the means of expression and representation, now named the media.

These have definitely undergone — possibly crucial — changes.