P = -P

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P = -P

Post by Eodnhoj7 »

P and -P are both symmetrical opposites to eachother thus necessitating a middle term. An empty glass and a full glass both show the glass form as constant. The empty space is in the shape of the glass. The material in the glass shows the shape of the glass. In both cases the shape of the glass is present.

For further example a horse being present results in the form of the horse in contrast to something else, such as a field. The horse not being present shows an emptiness in the contrast in the form of the horse. The absence of grazing shows a distinction within the form of the field compared to if the horse was grazing. The horse as absent shows an absence of effects within the field thus showing an absence of the horse.
The horse being present and the horse not being present both shows the form of the horse.

P=-P thus results in a middle term of P being present. The mediation of P can be expressed further where P=-P can be expressed as +P=-P where P is the underlying recursive term which underlies "+ = -". P thus allows both "+" and "-" to equivocate through a center term which repeats. P is thus the intrinsic form which underlies both +P and -P.

Another example of P=-P can be observed with a glass with some water in it. Is the glass half empty or half full? It is empty as half empty, full as half full. It is both thus the glass is both full and empty of water. What allows these opposites to equivocate is the middle form of the glass itself.
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