The Incidental Corridor Pertaining to Logic No. 515

The laws of logic are essentially the laws of truth. They are immovable and unchangeable. Non-relativistic and consistent with the mode of being; any being. If logic were dependent upon a particular species or subject, it would perish along with that species and give rise to a new logic. Therefore, logic is, in a sense, a phenomenon within a phenomenon and could never produce its own contradiction, but only the ideality of its contradiction. We are all conscious of truths, general and specific, singular and multiple, relative to being and non-being. They are the immutable essences of unquestionable realities of which all presupposition is the sole being of validity and, holds in itself, a truth which pertains to all species and a logic that, without, would cause the living not to live and the dead to never have lived at all.

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