Thursday, February 28, 2019


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Anonymous said...

It reads: the characteristic p of the subject S becomes the subject Pthat has the sign of q. But in the next sentence, the sign of q is the subject of Q, which has its own characteristic n. And so on.

But this applies only to successive actions. The bottom line is that any of the following action predefined in the previous step, exposed, in fact, the reason. Adherence can be thought of as a one-step operation of obtaining a new judgment, based on the previous judgment, as the axioms. Conclusion - a more complex concept. It is already a multi-stage serial and parallel operation of obtaining a new judgment, based on the number of previous judgments as axioms.

However, the system of cooperation between the three entities has a slightly different look.

Let's take a simple syllogism. "All men are mortal" // "Socrates is man" // "Socrates is mortal". It is believed that this syllogism contains one large and one small premise and conclusion. In fact, no conclusion no, there are three independent lines of sequential actions or operating concepts.

In the judgment "All men are mortal" intersect two lines: "people" and "death". Each of these lines has its own history with its own characteristics, as a series of sequential actions. But they intersect in one place: people as a "biological entity", because mortals can only be "biological entities".

Second premise "Socrates is man" - already contains three lines: "Socrates as a name" and "man" and "man as a biological being." The name Socrates may belong to the person (in this case, we assume that it belongs to a man in this case is taken as an axiom, although it is clear that the name may belong not only to humans but also other objects). They also intersect in one place: a man named Socrates, has a symptom of "biological entity", as well as the object "man" has a property such as "biological entity".