It may surprise you, but even after Mr. T’Jampens taught his last class, he continued to rework his courses.
With the course “Elements of Natural Logic” he was particularly concerned and he considered it the course that pretty much unified the insights from all the previous ones. Repeatedly he pointed out the great importance of learning to think logically correctly. Those who reason logically in a strict way, not only arm themselves against a lot of possible deviations and fallacies, but also bring order into their own thinking and their own lives. “Ordo ducet at Deum”, order leads us and brings us closer to God. So it should come as no surprise that strict logical reasoning also has exorcist value. “On correct reasoning evil has no hold,” he repeatedly stressed.
The second text, “Scientific Cultures,” and the third text, “Science Doctrine,” give you a number of separate texts and notes regarding the various aspects of scientific and religious thought.
“The great questions of life are ultimately of a religious-philosophical nature” he emphasized. Until the last days of his life he wrote texts and with a certain concern he asked that his insights that, which he said were “inspired”, not be lost..
You will find successively:
NC. 11.1. Elements of natural logic (301 p.)
11.1.0: contents (pp. 1 to 5)
11.1.1. part 1 (p. 6 to 150)
11.1.2. part 2 (pp. 151 to 301)
NC 11.2. Scientific cultures. (111 p.)
NC 11.3. Science teachings. (64 p.)