Snipping the thing away from its historical context turns it into a rootless, self-supporting entity.

Full circle though. Snipping the thing away from its historical context turns it into a rootless, self-supporting entity. Oh well. Judging the past using modern sensibilities can’t be avoided I suppose. Still, it was not a waste, as I did some nice research on Gnostics and neo-Gnosticism in the process of composing that piece and between that and what you educated me about regarding the development of Logic from the early days filled in a few more gaps in my knowledge of human history. While it may be impossible to get everything fitting into place from various culturally subjective perspectives (besides our own, which is usually all we ever work with), I’m enjoying the challenge.

Thanks again for filling in my gaps of knowledge about Logic history. “God simply is”, “Logic simply is” are synonymous to me but at least now I know more of the roots that Logic springs forth from.

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