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CHAPTER ONE THE GENERAL THEORY OF INFERENCE AND TERMS 1 The Rules of Logic
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abstract objects accepted according arbitrary assertion Assume assumption attribute axioms body A moves cluster complete induction consider constructed containing correspondence defined denoted dimensions elementary particle empirical bodies empirical individuals empirical objects empirical series EP's establishing order example existence explication extralogical fact false finite following definitions given hypotheses implicit definition implied impossible included individual terms individual variables infinite number instance interpretation introduced language Leo Tolstoi Let us adopt linguistic expressions logical condition logical operators meaning method of establishing minimal motion n-tuple NB's negation not-true obtain occurs paradox particle point of view possible predicate properties propositional formula propositioner provable quantity represent result round square rules of inference rules of logic situation space spatial and temporal spatial domain spatial structure subject form subject-terms substitution temporal interval terms and statements theorem true truth values Universe Va)x variables for terms variation velocity words x a y