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Eodnhoj7
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Definition

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Just like 1 point takes the same form as infinite points, so defintion takes the same manner in reasoning. One assumption is broken down into so many assumptions, that proof begins to take the same form as the original assertion thus becoming an assertion again.

Comprehensibilty is the prerequisite to incomprehensibility. What is well defined and clear is made so in order to break the definition down into something unclear and vague. Clarity is unity, multiplicity is vagueness.

In making terms simple they become complicated. In making things complicated they become simple. The act of definition is thus grounded in a revolution between one and many terms where something is broken apart and put back together. Philosophy and science are thus alchemical.

It is the creation and recreation of definitions which causes philosophy to crumble under the gravity of terms alone. What defined one assumption through another eventually becomes a series of assumptions which causes the meaning of the original assumption to crumble.

Principles are the summation of relations between parts. Under this definition all word creation, as the summation of relations between words, differs little from principle creation. Both principles and words are the application of boundary to a previously formless phenomenon.

There is no principle defining how to make principles. Principle creation is not subject to any principle, thus what we understand as a principle is a group assertion or the projection of some self reflected thought.

Philosophy lies within a dualism between obscurity and lucidity. It is through this dualism that obscurity and lucidity synthesize into "as is-ness". At best philosophy, and the sciences by proxy, can provide definition that is strictly assumed.

A series of phenomena are defined within a phenomenon with this summation being a self-referential loop through what it contains. Rationality is fundamental a spiral represented by loop creation. Under these terms all being is connected by context alone.

Philosophy under it's own terms is always problematic as it deals with the continual definition and redefinition of assumptions which occur in cycles. At best philosophy becomes the art of painting pictures with words and as such is an art as much as a science.

The nature of paradox within philosophy necessitates isomorphism as a general principle: all thesis' result in a symmetrical antithesis as an inversion of the thesis. The repitition of isomorphism thus necessitates a second universal principle of recursion within philosophy.

The isomorphism between thesis and antithesis, in philosophy, and this reptition as recursion, necessitates a third principle of philosophy being the creation of empty loops as contexts. Philosophy is context creation as asserted loops which invert to further loops.
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