What is the metaphysical nature of logic itself? When we refer to a basic

What is the metaphysical nature of logic itself? When we refer to a basic

What is the metaphysical nature of logic itself? When we refer to a basic principle of logic (such as non-contradiction) are we referring to something that exists which we call “non-contradiction”? Or is it simply an abstraction that doesn’t exist naturally or non-naturally?

Read another response by Stephen Maitzen
Read another response about Logic