List,
I think the above should read "The exclamation...is a tautology represented
as a point between two *axioms*". In another post I was wondering what
isosomantic statements used to negate an axiom implied about the axiom. I
think that this is an example that two axiomatic statements which negate
each other while also verifying each create a tautology.* The above change
reflects this idea and shows a relationship between the axiom and the tautology.
*Isosomantic--multiple axiomatic statements which negate each other while
also verifying each (a joke); therefore, "tautology" the objective
manifestation of an axiomatic statement with it's isosomantic "negative
verification" (an exclamation)-- if, "negative verification" results in a
resolving of the relationship differences of the different forms of a
statement without a "continuance". The "continuance" of a tautology is its
negative verification by isosomantics which subjectively manifests the
tautology as that which takes on a life of its own, a phenomenon (a
command); the tautology thereby becomes a teleology which can be
"scientifically" studied (a riddle).
Brett
Returning,
rBERTS%n
Rabble Sonnet Retort
Brain, v. [as in "to brain"]:
To rebuke bluntly, but not pointedly; to dispel a source of
error in an opponent.
Ambrose Bierce, "The Devil's Dictionary"