- Reality has but one global context there is only one
- Reality's uni-context allows us to assess objective, absolute
- Absolute truth is consistent
- Absolute truth is complete
(even though reality's objective mass, length, time, and gravity
are undefined measurable, but undefined)
- Reality is rational in its one global context:
- Mathematics' Independence Axiom
- Substance 'exists' objectively
- Propositional logic based upon substance
- Identities 'exist'
- Tautologies 'exist'
- Sophisms do not 'exist'
- Aristotle's syllogistic 'laws:'
- A = A
- A is A or A is not A
- A is not both A and not A
- Gravity, mass, length, time 'exist' objectively
- There is only one time (i.e. time, just like truth, context,
and logic is homological)
- Objects have measurable mass
- Objects have measurable size
- Objects gravitationally attract one another
- Objects are localable, isolable, separable, and reducible
- Observed objects hold still or obey analytic differential
and integral calculus
- Objects are not aware (e.g., photons do not make decisions,
and projectiles do not know where to go)
- Formal symbols may 'signify' objects
- Change is temporally analytical
- Subjective nonsubstance does not 'exist'
- Reality is not intuitive
- Truth works for all value assessments