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# C1 and C2

### Logic

Analytic relatum term relatum term that includes at least 1 c2.
Analytic term Term that includes at least 1 c2.
Analytic theory Theory that includes at least 1 C2
Categorical proposition Proposition that includes an Sr2.
Construct Is an order of signs
Definiens Construct, term, proposition or theory expressed as the meaning of a c2.
Definition Relation of a C2 to its definiens.
Expressed exhibited as
First order construct Is a construct whose meaning is not defined in a theory
Interpreted given to
Meaning Intended being
Meant intended to be
Non categorical proposition NCP- Proposition that does not have an sr2
Non symmetrical relation term R2 that does not indicate A<R>B=B<R>A.
ORDER Sphere of relatedness
perspective an order of understood meanings
proposition is an order of terms
pure analytic theory theory that includes at least 1 C2 and does not include a non categorical proposition.
referent location of a complete grammatical subject
referent term term with the status of a referent; term with a location of a complete grammatical subj
relatum location of a complete grammatical predicate minus its complete grammatical predicator
relatum term term with the status of relatum; term with the location of a complete grammatical predicate minus its complete grammatical predicator
second order construct construct whose meaning is defined in a theory.
status location in order
status of a term location of a term in a proposition
symmetrical relation term R2 that indicates A<R>B=B<R>A
term order of constructs
theoretical perspective a perspective within which meanings of complexes are understood as constructs and meanings of constructs are understood as complexes
theory order of propositions
understand interpret and express
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