Günther: The Kenogrammatic Theory of Logic

“The kenogrammatic theory of logic offers such a locus; and thus Time is rendered noneliminable. But the introduction of a third value and a concomitant ontological locus gives us only a new ontology – not yet a logic to think about it in terms of designation and nondesignation. The theory of Time, therefore, requires a wider basis than three-place kenogrammatic structures provide.” (402sq.) #Günther #KenogrammaticTheoryOfLogic #time

Günther, Gotthard, Time, Timeless Logic and Self-Referential Systems, in: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 138 (1967), 396–406.