Jeremy Horne

Jeremy Horne received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Florida State University in 1988, concentrating in political philosophy, logic, the history of philosophy, and philosophy of education. He also holds a Masters in political science from Southern Connecticut State University and a bachelors from the Johns Hopkins University. Horne's current research interests are: cosmological and quantum semantics of binary logic, modeling and simulation (autonomous hybrid systems, and states of life and consciousness, with emphasis on dynamic validation), relationship of first and second order logic to modeling theories, such as IDEF, theories of organicity in non-hydrocarbon-based systems, and consciousness studies, particularly the structure, role, and philosophy of bi-valued logic in consciousness. He has peer-reviewed publications and presentations in each. He is president emeritus of the Southwest Area Meeting (division) of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. His professional associations, past and present include the International Institute for Informatics and Systemics, the International Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), and the Bioelectromagnetics Society. Currently, he is the science advisor and curriculum coordinator the Inventors Assistance League. His works may be accessed at: and


Philosophical Perceptions on Logic and Order
Jeremy Horne. © 2018. 402 pages.
Strong reasoning skills are an important aspect to cultivate in life, as they directly impact decision making on a daily basis. By examining the different ways the world views...
The Core of Logics
Jeremy Horne. © 2018. 72 pages.
Like mathematics so often logic is taught to introductory students in a very mechanical way, the emphasis being on memorization and working problems. Particularly egregious is...
Visualizing Big Data From a Philosophical Perspective
Jeremy Horne. © 2018. 44 pages.
Big Data-wow! Look at the size of it! People are dazzled easily and impressed by the amount of data legions of developers can produce and moreover how they store it. But one...