Logic comes in six energy forms. These forms are the manifestations of engines of logical thinking.
Assuming there is a Logic, there should be alternative logics: water, wind, fire, heaven and earth in addition to the traditional “rock logic,” which has been around since ancient Greek civilization.
Mind you, a civilization.
With the advent of emerging civilizations, logic seems to have evolved into various forms of logic, or logics for short instead of logic.
Why? Because each and every country has a kind of dominant language and logic.
Give those logics the extension, flexibility and diversity of our ideas and we may expect to find them ‘fleshed-out’ in the following poem and poetic debate, hitherto deemed unthinkable under the rigid rule of a Logic.
出典：”Logics Instead of Logic”, Michihiro Matsumoto
名古屋外国語大学 外国語学部 紀要 第13号（1996/1/1）