May 26, 2020, 3:05 PM
—“lotta words here”—Greg Allen
what do you think i should say in response to your “lotta words” which is a classic example of “too many notes”.
—“can u just be less gobbledegook and more concise? aren’t you trying to educate ppl?”—Greg Allen
Not everyone can learn economics and calculus, but most can learn the general rules produced by economics and calculus.
Similarly, not everyone can learn P-logic since it is a combination of programming, economics, and law, but most people can learn the general rules produced by P-logic and it’s combination of programming, economics, and law.
I am trying to educate people who can be educated in a technical discipline like P-logic that is as hard as any other STEM education. I leave teaching the general rules produced by P-logic to those who specialize in it: John Mark and In Truth Victorious
Most of P-law (operational logic) makes use of SERIES of fully disambiguated definitions). Those series of definitions are consistent and coherent with other definitions. Those definitions can be used to construct arguments in operational grammar that looks like programming accounting transactions of human actions. Together they produce a precise system of measurement. That system of measurement serves to render commensurable all cognitive, metaphysical-linguistic, psychological and social sciences.
In this case, someone asked for the meaning of calculation, and then Brandon Hayes correctly suggested that I complete the explanation by providing the relationship between calculation and decidability.
This is a technical question.
Most very very smart people take six months to understand P. Others take years. its not all that difficult to understand. It is fairly difficult to DO. Although Martin, Brandon and others will help you if you need it.