Authors: Paris Samuel Miles-Brenden
As any true principle of science is established by it's only one priorly known given, as derived factual meaning is only as of what in any yet established relation is a conclusion to a then hypothetical foundation of fact, a factually considered conclusion; as meaning only derives from it's priorly one given known; that of any true principle is only exclusively it's one then given to that of what in one is the understood of all and a one as in a prior relation then reconsidered; a known relation is two; to that of each.
Comments: 112 Pages. Equivalence in two; is the consideration of what in numberless infinitives differently knowable extremes is it's minimization independently inclusive to consideration conclusive of a given.
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