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Post by Eodnhoj7 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:04 am


These equations all represent Recursive/Isomorphic Contexts. Recursion is the repitition of a phenomenon, isomorphism as the change from one state into symetrical other, and context as the summation of recursion and isomorphism as a self sustained loop. Context, expressed under "( )", is a loop.

1. All assumptions are contexts "( )": (A)(B)(-A)

2. All assumptions are recursive: (A --> A)

3. All assumptions are isomorphic: (A --> A) --> (B <--> -A)

4. All assumptions are contexts: ((A-->A)-->(B<-->-A))

For example: If "A" is cat and cat directs to Dog "B", as non cat, the recursion of variables in Dog, as cat, occurs (such as hair, teeth, 4 legs, etc.), but the Dog is not cat. So if Cat progresses to Dog, "Dog" and "Not Cat" occurs through eachother.

Another example is posed under a question of reduction; "Is a man still a man with an arm removed?"

The form is a variation of the prior form, thus what we see between the form of a man, with an arm, and another man, without an arm, is the replication of forms (ie shape of head, erect posture, etc.). The forms may change but there are certain underlying forms which repeat. This reduction shows a tautological nature where the man missing an arm is still a man through the replication of forms.

Everytime a context progresses to another context, the new context contains elements of the old (through recursion) but the new context is not the old context and contains what the prior context is not. Thus the new context always contains an absence of the old context in one respect, due to newness of the context, while contains elements of the old at the same time.

This trinitarian nature to definition is further reflected, under a trinity of contexts, as one context "( )":


Considering philosophy, and all rational endeavors such as science and religion, is definitive by nature, all rationality follows a pre-set equation in how it functions thus necessitating philosophy is a variation of specific set of equations:

((A--> A)--> B --> (A --> B --> C))
((A --> A) --> (B <--> -A))

It is this dualism of equations, summating under a context which necessitates the entirely of philosophy summited under a third equation of:


which states philosophy itself, as a variation of both science and religion, is an assumed context of definition through language. This nature of definition occurs under a pre-set mode of language these three facets of study exist under. The nature of the study is only as accurate as the language by which it is expressed.

In summation philosophy, and its proxies of science and religion, exists under a trinity of equations that determine its role as both defining exterior sciences/religions/philosophies as well as internally self referencing:

((A--> A)--> B --> (A --> B --> C))
((A --> A) --> (B <--> -A))

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