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  • In many places, above all in the Anglo-Saxon countries, logistics is today considered the only possible form of strict philosophy, because its result and procedures yield an assured profit for the construction of the technological universe. In America and elsewhere, logistics as the only proper philosophy of the future is thus beginning today to seize power over the intellectual world.
    • Martin Heidegger, What is Called Thinking, J. Glenn Gray, trans. (New York: Harper, 1968), p. 21
Further comment

In this quote the term "logistics" refers to logic. I know in the Dutch language the term "logistiek" also has this double meaning. -- Mdd (talk) 22:36, 13 May 2014 (UTC)