1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13Symbolic Logic is essentially the creation of Interpretive Context, as a perspective in which to interpret the reality of ordinary circumstance and events, as what happens or the content as the structure of what one percieves. It is a logic that assumes that either some spiritual force intercedes in circumstance as communication, or that given this kind of Interpretive Context, things are taken for communication that would have happened anyway by mundane causes, but would otherwise go unnoticed and unheeded. Symbolic Logic means that specific circumstance, events, phenomenon, or physical structure, may be interpreted to possess meaning, intellegent design and intent. An Interpretive Context could be a question, a statement, an assumed identity, an assumed place or location, assumed consequence, or events distinct by individuality or rareness of occurence. The actual and real reason for signs and symbolic events or circumstance is suspended. What happens is compared to context the individual has created. Thus if the individual asks the question, 'What is the nature of evil?', that is the creation of an Interpretive Context. When something in reality occurs that seems to relate, sheds light or answers the the question, that instance of reality can be interpreted as communication. However if there is a correlation between creating context and reality, one must be careful what they ask for.
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