The method for finding proven truths.
Form an exclusion and justify / defend some aspect of the
exclusion. Then select amongst the parts to determine what is
justified and not justified, or if both sides are justified, then in
what way each is justified in terms of opposite particulars.
Determine what does not exist yet and form an exclusion with
what already exists in terms of opposites. Then, choose exclusive
parts, either divided into purely new and purely old, or instead
each divided equally between the new and the old, and in either
case make one the alternative to the other.
See Also: Categorical Deduction.
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