The Fundamental Postulate
he fundamental postulate of this work is the Internalization of Logic by which is meant:
That the universe is the identity of logic.
That logic is what the universe is and does.
That the universe is not ruled by logic but rather is the thing itself.
That physicality is the embodiment of logical entities.
That interactions are the embodiment of logical operations.
By corollary from the former there are two laws:
The Principle of Embodiment
All that which interacts must have form.
The Principle of Interaction
All that which has form must interact.
Because the universe is by definition all that there is, any action must occur within the context of and be validated by the totality of that which presently exists.
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