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The Dianetic Axioms


Axiom 103

Intelligence depends on the ability to select aligned or misaligned data from an area of randomity and so discover a solution to reduce all randomity in that area.

Axiom 104

Persistence obtains in the ability of the mind to put solutions into physical action toward the realization of goals.

Axiom 105

An unknown datum can produce data of plus or minus randomity.

Axiom 106

The introduction of an arbitrary factor or force without recourse to natural laws of the body or the area into which the arbitrary is introduced brings about plus or minus randomity.

Axiom 107

Data of plus or minus randomity depends for its confusion on former plus or minus randomity or absent data.

Axiom 108

Efforts which are inhibited or compelled by exterior efforts effect a plus or minus randomity of efforts.

Axiom 109

Behavior is modified by counter-efforts which have impinged on the organism.

Axiom 110

The component parts of THETA are affinity, reality and communication.


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