Sunday, December 1, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from Harper's BAZAAR (blog)

The best celeb weddings of 2014

Harper's BAZAAR (blog)-Dec. 4, 2014
Call it the year of the blockbuster wedding: 2014 contained so many celebrity .... lawyer Amal Alamuddin in a lavish Venice, Italy wedding on September 27.
Story image for lavish wedding from Huffington Post UK

Cheryl Cole Celebrates Marriage To Jean-Bernard Fernandez ...

Huffington Post UK-Jul. 22, 2014
The newlyweds - who only had four guests at their surprise secret wedding in Mustique earlier this month - threw a lavish bash at The Library members club in ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Glamour

Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross Are Married!

Glamour-Aug. 31, 2014
... Mindy Weiss for their lavish wedding. (Perhaps they got a two-for-one discount: Mindy also planned Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson's wedding in July.) ...
Story image for lavish wedding from

Vera Wang and Theia unveil crop top wedding dress 15, 2014
Vera Wang and Theia unveil crop top wedding dress ... When it came to creating her latest wedding dresses, the New Yorker had the modern woman in mind.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

As you can see, similar to the symbolic formula we already had. But in this case, we specified the relation of different signs, which simultaneously act as subjects, and elements in various propositions in a conjunction is followed.

Judgment: "Man" as an object that has a property of "biological organism". And "Biological body" as an object that has the property "mortality". These two judgments show that the signs relate to each other in strict sequence: the predicate becomes the subject with his sign and this whole structure is the first subject that allows to make a conclusion: "people", as the object also has the property to be "mortal."

You can build a two-stage connection when the symptom directly is the predicate of the subject. You can also build a three-stage scheme when the sign belongs to the first entity indirectly through another symptom, as in the above example. Allowed the formation of four or more stages, at least, until, until you made a certain judgment as an axiom, i.e. a true proposition as a final conclusion that solves the problem. Always used the word "If...", which means that you are allowed to take judgment for granted.

The word "if" is a very interesting education. It means that the one who speaks to another or to himself, offers to confirm or not to confirm a certain condition. But to confirm - to bring this condition (sentence and its meaning) in a line with the axiom. In other words, using the word "if", the author requires the consent order, that provision is present, is the place to be. If another (or I) affirm, that it acts as a true premise. And before that it has only the form might is true. When they say: "If Socrates is man, then," it means, do you agree that Socrates man, etc. If you do not agree, the package is destroyed, if you agree, then the premise becomes, at least, conventional true, at least for two. In this case we are talking about the logic of question and answer, this will speak a few below, and as you can see in my book: "Why people ask questions?"