@WAR_ON_ERROR - Hi War_on_Error
I think there is a problem with the materialist belief on logic. What I mean is that, a Materialist has to understand logic as a.... material. Thus, I asked: What is it's atomic mass? What color is it? What does logic smell like?
I am not totally sure what you are trying to say. You started by talking about the law of identity, then you say that logic is a matter of "mere existence". Am I missing anything?
I really don't know what you are trying to say. I will just have to go with what I am guessing you are saying. What I am guessing what you are saying is that existence precede logic. I would have to ask, is that claim true? How do you prove that to be true? I don't think you have shown anything about existence being before logic. If you claimed anything is that existence and logic are both necessary for us to think and contemplate about existence. But how did you get from the existence of something, and the reality of logic to that being what materialist believe.
Back again, if what you are talking about is that logic is material, then just say so.
I don't think you have really addressed the big issue: How do you account for morality in your view of the world?