Scientific logic becomes a function of the conceptual frameworks within which we think. Today, these theoretic frameworks embrace molecular, biological and cultural evolution to provide a systematic evolutionary theory. They also embrace the evolution of the physical, biological and socio-political sciences, from descriptive, inductive approaches ("what") to mechanistic, deductive approaches ("how") systematic, reductive approaches ("why"). Likewise, thinking about thinking provides a Socratic theory of philosophy, ie knowledge of knowledge. Here again, asking "what" we know provides Scientific (Theoretic) Knowledge, asking "how" we know provides Epistemologic Knowledge, and asking "why" we know provides Theologic Knowledge.