David Pierce wrote in New Readings of 2015Q4:
... As a lad I read Slan, Voyage of the Space Beagle, and then all the rest. ... To this day I still define myself as a nexialist.
Is nexialist the same philosophy that runs in The World of Null-A?
Non-Aristotelian logic, or intuitive, instinctive thinking, is certainly useful. Everything we have to deal with, can't be deducted into exact scientific facts in every one of its constituent parts, before we make a decision. People should learn to trust more in their own common sense and intuition. If we are sensitive in listening to that, it will more often than not lead us in the right direction. And we will be more effective.
I have been thinking I should maybe read The World of Null-A, but everyone seems to say it is so badly written. So I don't know. Hmm, ... I should probably make my decision relying on the help of null-A logic!