Veritas Philosophicus: Philosophical Verity
This project derives its Latin-sounding title from the use of 'V' structures in a majority of the diagrams that characterize it, enabling John O'Loughlin to approach Truth, or in this case Veritas, from a more systematic and comprehensive standpoint, as he built upon the 'T' structures common to both the 'Critique of Post-Dialectical Idealism' (1989-91) and 'Philosophical Truth' (1991-2) until he had amassed a considerable number of diagrammatic quadruplicities of the sort deriving from their 'elemental' theories. Of real significance here is the modification of perspective which develops from the use of two different types of diagrammatic structure, and it is characteristic of his methodology that the earlier perspective is either corrected or refuted, as we move into a more logically advanced structural mode
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