Negations and Contradictions.
Matter v Anti Matter
The anti matter is only visible
by the background / context and effects it has on its surroundings.
The law of identity ( a things is identical with itself).
( P = P ).
The law of excluded middle ( Either a thing is itself OR it is NOT itself).
( P v ~ P ).
The law of NON Contradiction ( Not possible for a thing
to be itself AND NOT itself simultaneously).
~ ( P & ~ P ).
The three laws of Thought as derived from Aristotle.
Whose original forms were:
As Aristotle wrote them, they are as follows:
(1) Law of Identity: Each existence is identical with itself;
(2) Law of Non-contradiction: Each existence is not different from itself; and
(3) Law of Excluded Middle: No existence can be both itself and different from itself.
But remember Heraclitus: “Everything is "in flux" “ and
“You cannot step twice into the same river”.
The notation has been simplified to conform to instinctive understanding.
( ‘=’ the same as ). The function of identity.
( ‘v’ either or ). The Disjunctive function.
( ‘~’ Not ). The function of Negation.
Matter and its own negation.
Existence and NON existence.
A thing and its own negation.
Warning: A thing and its own negation is not the same as,
A thing and NOT that thing. IE:
An apple and its own negation, implies whatever it is to be,
IF existence IS a predicate, the negation of an Apple.
As opposed to An Apple, and Not an Apple, implies everything in the universes
of time and space that is other than an Apple.
IE: (Oranges, Tomatoes, Cars, Planets etc ....)