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The Variety of Logical Hylomorphism: Formal Ontology vs Formal Deontology

The aim of this paper is to systematize the variety of logical hylomorphism from the perspective of the dichotomy of substantial and dynamic formality. The demarcation principles for the bounds of logic as formal ontology and formal deontology are discussed. A brief review of the historical relation between different models of substantial and dynamic formality and of the opposition between formal ontology and formal deontology is given.  A design-perspective on the normativity of logic is arguing for.