Although matter itself is subject to the laws of knowing, and so to logic, this does not at all mean that the real-world events could be deduced from logic alone. Not even theoretically. Because the theory of X-Logic knows neither absolutely elementary building blocks nor absolute all-embracing plans. So there is not the one system for everything; nor do closed partial systems without intervention from outside exist.

After all, exactly this knowledge can help making our systems more robust and more practicable. For, on the one hand, we no longer rely on the illusory security of absolute reasons, while, on the other hand, we avoid getting lost in endless chains of them.