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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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    • realize the arbitrary character of axiomatic systems since the
    • century, we have not yet seen that our notion of axiomatic
    • called axioms or postulates. Axioms are the basis of any
    • Axioms are extremely simple statements, so simple that their
    • truth is self-evident. At one time axioms were held to be
    • A famous axiom
    • In symbolic logic, a typical axiom is “a or not-a,”
    • axioms, the transformation rules allow one to produce an
    • compound statements which have been spun out of the axioms by
    • Just as axioms are the basis of
    • be as true as the axioms. In the appropriate circumstances,
    • set of axioms, in this case the single axiom “1”.
    • “x” is understood to stand for any statement (axiom
    • application of the production rule to the axiom results in the
    • axioms,
    • axioms via the production rules. In spiritual logic, it is
    • the statements, both axioms and theorems, indicate sources of
    • is more trivial in its axioms and more sophisticated in its
    • Its axioms are so obvious that beginning students are often
    • reversed — the axioms are full, necessary, and the
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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 3. Premises of History/Demonstration
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    • I will describe the premises or axioms on which the more
    • some of the direct consequences and correlates of the axioms by
    • axiom.
    • of the created world is formed or permeated by an axiom of high
    • order which we may call “twoness.” This axiom
    • the axiom “zeroness,” or “nothingness,”
    • understanding this axiom within the context of the created
    • is an axiom that exists independently of twoness, even though
    • the previous two axioms. Oneness rules when the world has been
    • axioms already presented shine down into it from various points
    • axioms.
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
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    • from the fundamental axioms which have been presented in the
    • irreducible items in the world (a collection of axioms), and a
    • all of mathematics in a fully axiomized system of logic,

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