[Question] What kind of thing is logic in an ontological sense?

The ex­is­tence of logic seems some­what mys­te­ri­ous. It’s this thing that seems to ex­ist, but un­like other things that ex­ist, it doesn’t seem to ex­ist any­where in spe­cific or in any tan­gible form. Fur­ther, while it is easy to mock Plato for mys­ti­cism when he posits perfect forms ex­ist­ing in some kind of mys­te­ri­ous Pla­tonic Realm, that’s ac­tu­ally un­com­fortably close to a de­scrip­tion of what logic is of­ten seen as.

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