History and Philosophy of Physics

   

Illogic: a Feasible Method of Understanding Theory of Everything

Authors: Yang Chen

Theory of everything (TOE) is known as the ultimate theory of physics. However, there is no efficient method which can help understand the TOE. In this work, by introducing the concept of illogic, the TOE can be achieved beyond the scope of logic with an implied form. Firstly, concepts of step, chain and network are introduced. Logic, semi-logic and illogic are discussed with these concepts. The method of understanding illogic is listed as a process gradually changing from logic, semi-logic to illogic by building and updating the network. Secondly, the relation of illogic and the TOE is discussed in both an easy-understanding form and an improved version. Thus a feasible method to the TOE is framed up by combining the illogic and its relation to the TOE. After the general method is shown, examples of steps, chains and a network are discussed to offer detail instructions on how to build a network. As the network aims to help understand illogic, the intrinsic confliction between logical words which are used to write this work and the purpose of understanding illogic is inevitable. At last, logical conflictions in this paper are discussed to illustrate this effect and offer further information to help the reader understand this paper. Descriptions in different levels are included to reveal the way of organizing this paper as well as to further illustrate the basic requirement of understanding illogic.

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