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Influenced by bible and Socrates.

Pedagogy was found like a blue bucket with a gold star found on a beach.

1.     Breathsonings are necessary, defined as human judgment of a noun, for example oxygen is judged necessary for life.

o   Verify breathsoning with the other, in the self/other pair.

o   Idea of giving a reason for a breathsoning.

o   Where breathsonings are a judgment following an event, the breathsoning happiness follows a joyful event.

§  The other gives the self a medal as a token of appreciation

§  The self feels the breathsoning happy as a result.

o   The self verified with the other that he was on the right track.  The self felt joyful as a result.

o   The self placed the counter of the other in the draw.  The self felt ecstatic as a result because she had saved using the counter for another time.

2.     Syllogisms are fact, breathsoning and inference between fact and breathsoning, where a syllogism is: Socrates is a man, all men are mortal, therefore Socrates is mortal.

o   The subject is brilliant-like, all brilliant-like subjects are known, therefore the subject is known.

o   The subject was a gosling, all goslings exude happiness, therefore the subject exudes happiness.

o   The subject was a cygnet, all cygnets are magnificent, therefore the subject is magnificent.

o   The subject is a serpent, all serpents are slippery, therefore the subject is slippery.

o   The subject fitted the horseshoe to the horse, fitting the horseshoe to the horse was magnificent, therefore the subject was magnificent.

3.     Modus ponens is a logical formula in which the propositional fact a and the inferential fact-breathsoning pair a->b are given, and the propositional fact b is deduced.

o   The proposition a is: the subjects were people, and the proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

o   The proposition a is: The subjects were shoe-wearers.  The proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

o   The proposition a is: The subjects were brilliantines.  The proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

o   The proposition a is: The subjects were people.  The proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

o   The proposition a is: The subjects were people’s people.  The proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

4.     Transitivity is a logical formula in which the a, b and c are fact objects and the inference a->b and the inference b->c are given, and the inference, or breathsoning a->c is deduced.

o   The self was the subject, the subject likes the other, therefore the self likes the other.

o   The self was the subject, the subject likes the self, therefore the self likes the self.

o   The self was the subject, the subject likes everyone, therefore the self likes everyone.

o   The other was the subject, the subject was the other, therefore the other likes the other.

o   The self was the subject, the subject was the self, therefore the self covers the self.

5.     Modal logic, in which operators represent modality, or breathsonings

o   Necessary – true in all possible worlds

o   Possible – true in at least one possible world

o   Actuality – true in the actual world.

o   1 – true in 1 world

o   n-1 - true in n-1 worlds

Argument

I prepared to drizzle spinach with olive oil.  I did this by eating spinach.  First, I cut it with the knife and fork.  Second, I put it in my mouth.  Third, I bit a mouthful of it with my incisors.  Fourth, I tore it with my canines.  Fifth, I chewed it with my molars.  Sixth, I swallowed it.  Seventh, I drank a glass of water.  In this way, I prepared to drizzle spinach with olive oil by eating spinach.

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