Logistics sounds very much like logic, but I’ve always wondered that the logistics of a thing don’t necessarily require logic. In my experience, …
—– Love this! I didn’t know it.
Readers of this blog might notice that I asked the question philosophically of “logistically, how do you know this?”
are use it in the sense of, really, how are things operating such that a person knows this. As in, what mechanics take place to get the information from that object out there through the boundary of my subjectivity into my mind unfettered, undisturbed, for me to be able to discern, say, the rock Ness of the rock, and the qualities of rock that my subjectivity is painting that object with?
So really I’m talking about supply lines, but also mechanics, as in, how does this one piece move or a fact the next piece such that those two pieces work together to bring about the movement of another piece etc.
but I didn’t know that the root of the word logistics is about what it takes to house troops.