by Robert Danis
What I like most about your writings for P is that your breaking it down into the smallest possible component. Most people try to take a something as a whole and you can’t – you have to break it down into components.
1. Continuous recursive disambiguation
2. Convert all speech to transactions stated in a series of subjectively (humanly) testable operations.
Meaning: first causes. 😉
And as first causes, there are no contingent premises.
And as non-contingent P is closed to deception by suggestion that is dependent upon ambiguity and contingency.
This is why P defeats set logic – which is forever contingent.