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Propertarianism: Datatypes, Operations, Grammar, Syntax

PROPERTARIANISM: DataTypes, Operations, Grammar, Syntax

Think of Propertarianism as a programming language consisting of data types, operations, grammar, and syntax.

if you can ‘write a program’ that ‘computes’ (is operationally constructable’) with those data types, operations, grammar, and syntax, then you can write a formal description of any phenomenon open to human experience in the language of natural law.

You cannot do math without understanding it, and you can’t write software without understanding it, and you can’t write natural law without understanding it.

I mean… you’d honestly have to be a simpleton to think that you’re going to learn this FAST. you’ll learn it as fast as you could learn to program. If you can program you can simply do it faster because you’ve learned VERY SIMPLE VERSIONS of the form of operational logic of transformations that exist in propertarianism: Natural Law

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