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THE AXIOMS OF DIANETICS AND SCIENTOLOGY



Logic 19

The workability of a postulate is established by the degree to which it explains existing phenomena already known, by the degree that it predicts new phenomena which when looked for will be found to exist, and by the degree that it does not require that phenomena which do not exist in fact be called into existence for its explanation.

Logic 20

A science may be considered to be a large body of aligned data which has similarity in application and which has been deduced or induced from basic postulates.

Logic 21

Mathematics are methods of postulating or resolving real or abstract data in any universe and integrating by symbolization of data, postulates and resolutions.

Logic 22

The human mind* is an observer, postulator, creator and storage place of knowledge.

*The human mind by definition includes the awareness unit of the living organism, the observer, the computer of data, the spirit, the memory storage, the life force and the individual motivator of the living organism. It is used as distinct from the brain which can be considered to be motivated by the mind.

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