The Unity of Numerical and Musical Logic
Bonis Šidiškis
Published 1982-09-29

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Šidiškis B. (1982). The Unity of Numerical and Musical Logic. Problemos, 27, 55-64.


It is shown that numerical and musical logics, two varieties of extensive ratio logic, are common by being based on the information which people extract from the extensive ratios of stimuli. The above logics differ by domains of application, methods and goals reached.
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