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See also: FourAddOne, JesusChrist
Logic of Jesus
Positive and negative directions.
Logic of Jesus Jesus considers the purpose of our activity in the world. He says that the purpose of our activity should come from beyond the world, rather than from the world itself. His logic has us reject the purpose of the truth of the world, and take up the purpose of the truth of the heart. We go beyond the world by having good will, or the good heart lives through us from beyond the world. And so slack increases. In each case, his logic expresses the complexity of giving and not giving the slack, with the simplest being to "get along", and the subtlest being to "satisfy". In each case, there is an underlying division of everything, and a perspective within it that may either have slack from beyond, or not: 2some=>fate, 3some=>take-a-stand, 4some=>whether, 5some=>present.
Each of the latter offer a "unity" and assume there is "bad".
Knowledge is what is understood. We can go from lesser understanding to lesser knowledge, as with save. Or from lesser knowledge to lesser understanding, as with blame.
Spirit is the unity of representations. Properties are the representations of structure. Nature is the unity of representations of structure.
Consider: how does take care of relate to caring, believing, obeying, etc. How does take a stand relate to take a stand, follow through, reflect, etc.
Peace = good will. Bad will is without peace.
Wisdom = what do I truly want? Error is without asking what I truly want.
Eternal life = be perfect. Loss is without being perfect.
Looking back and seeing that which was not there. God wishing and not wishing.
Bad will, error, loss may be understood to have intent: Evil, sin, death. This is Milton's trinity of evil.
I should relate these to choices of the heart and the world (as in general structure - perhaps the counterquestions?) And I should add Jesus' antitheses.