Sunday, October 21, 2012

Degrees of Category

This chart shows the kinds of binary categorical relationships that lead up to the use of both a context and a subject; although here context and subject are potentially identical, in most cases categories are used with subjects and contexts being axiometrically distinct; That is, the subject is a context for the context, and the context is a context for the subject; In this way, the relationship forms an irredicible exclusive relationship on the variety of encompassed definitions, at any scale of complexity; In this sense, the chart above is inordinately dualistic, rather than contextual (although it may be noted that an opposition is a context of some kind)::

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