All definitions are a center point amidst all other definitions.
1. All definitions progress to another definition through recursion: (A > (B = (A>A))
2. This definition progresses to an antithesis under the new definition. The new definition, as a variation of the original, is defined by the difference resulting from this variation resulting in a new negative definition: (A > (B <> A)
3. The progress of one variable results in the continuation of the original variable as an underlying constant amidst the new variations. Simultaneously the difference in this variation results in a recursive series of negative definitions.
(A > (B <> A)) > (C <> (B<>(A>A))) > .... ( • <> ( • <> ( • > •))
4. All definitions, through recurssion, are the center point, through the original variable, to a new definition.
All Definitions are Center Points to New Definitions

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Re: All Definitions are Center Points to New Definitions
3.14 or cherry
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Re: All Definitions are Center Points to New Definitions
I know you have a point, but I am not seeing it.