Dualism is not only the binary logic of mainstream Western thought, but also the logic of war, since dualism breeds rivalry.
This insight into binary logic has enabled many minority scholars to theorize the subtle workings of social exclusion.
Jameson's dialectical engagement with ethical binary logic
calls for a recognition of its inherent contradiction, namely, that the Other is never wholly different from one's self.
Binary logic teaches that the principles of capital acquisition and corporate finance that work so well for rich people on market principles can likewise be structured to work efficiently and profitably for middle class and poor people.
Following the enactment of the binary enabling legislation, binary logic suggests that a private system of capital credit insurance will emerge as the market participants come to understand the principle of binary growth and secondary productivity-based growth effects of such financing.
According to binary logic, no binary growth whatsoever is claimed as a result of such policies.
According to binary logic, it is an artificial barrier which can be eliminated by opening the private property system to all people individually on market principles.
Binary logic thus indicates that no general long-run production function is complete without a term to account for the distribution of capital ownership.
Only by daring to think beyond its well-established binary logic
can we give birth to a more equitable network of belief structures.
Following the binary logic of the male/female, nature/culture, uncivilized/civilized, body/mind dynamic, blacks have historically and symbolically been represented as pure body and little mind.
Unlike the communal response documented in Slim's Table, the Milestone books do not reject the properties of the "cool pose" and the dominant binary logic of our culture's key masculine/feminine gender distinction.
Its binary logic
has pinned down the pulverized world of light-sensitive granules, converted luminosity, color, and tonal gradation into measurable, calculable bits of information.