Turning Propositional Logic into Metaphors by Kenneth Udut

clarity. Thank you. Now with that, I can backtranslate FUTURE instances of those metaphorical items. Metaphors are not always two-way, but they *can* be.

“Let me translate as it is getting late:
P |- P; |- P –> P
An instance of a proposition bifurcates a proposition. A proposition of an instance entails an actual proposition = far less than realism.”

An instance is a metaphor for the appearance of a something within mythological unit of Time without causation.

A proposition is an opinion but has been metaphorically lifted and placed into the system of Logic in a binary context as a concept of TRUE or FALSE.

Concept.. that’s a metaphor of the brain that considers “ideas as conceived” as if through a womb. A “concept” is a metaphorical brain baby.

Bifurcate is branching into two. Branching has kept its original metaphorical connection obvious – right in our face. Bifurcate is a metaphorical stick with two prongs at the end.

Likely a dowsing rod and all the magic that entails, but I won’t go there.

Entailment is a metaphor for law, including all that goes with it. It is a necessary, a requirement… OR ELSE… one shall be punished. By whom? By what method? Depends on the enforcement.

Being a metaphor for Law, entailment is also a metaphor for cause and effect. b MUST follow a. There is no other choice. It is a choiceless situation. Again. Law. Consequences.

Who punishes?

-actual is metaphor for surprise. Results don’t depend on belief, intention OR expectation.

I’ll stop there. All of those symbols are metaphors for these human concepts. That we use them in ignorance of conceptual origin is not our fault. We can’t unravel everything, can’t spell everything out. Not enough time in the day. So, we compress knowledge into knowledge into knowledge into tight little compressive bundles.

I like decompressing.

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