The Ideal Scene of LOGIC

Reference: Course on Subject Clearing

[NOTE: My acknowledgement goes to L Ron Hubbard. I have freely borrowed from his writings to build up on them.]



The entire concept of an Ideal Scene for any activity is really a clean statement of its PURPOSE. (Data Series #12)

Logic is how we think. Logic is the tool we use to find answers. The purpose of Logic is to solve problems, situations, and mysteries. Logic helps us penetrate through the fog, and see what is really there. In general, Logic is any method or procedure that assists us in “seeing things as they are” or AS-ISNESS.

If we do not see things as they are, then there is ALTER-ISNESS. If we simply refuse to accept what is there, then it is NOT-ISNESS. The correct logic shall recognize ALTER-ISNESS and NOT-ISNESS for what they are; at which point they will be replaced by AS-ISNESS. Thus,

Logic reinstates the reality by eliminating ALTER-ISNESS and NOT-ISNESS.


Logic and Reality

Reality is the IS-NESS of things. It is how we perceive the “external world.” As ALTER-ISNESS and NOT-ISNESS are eliminated, we start to see the natural ONENESS of reality. This ONENESS is manifested in the continuity, consistency and harmony of reality. This provides the Ideal Scene for logic.

The Ideal Scene of Logic is the continuity, consistency and harmony of reality.

This means that any discontinuity, inconsistency, or disharmony would be a departure from the ideal scene of logic, and therefore, it would be an illogic.

A discontinuity, inconsistency, or disharmony present in reality is an illogic.



In Subject Clearing, we identify anything illogical as an anomaly. An anomaly will always fall into one of the three primary categories: discontinuity, inconsistency, or disharmony. Therefore, we may define “anomalies” as follows: 

An anomaly may appear as discontinuity (missing data), inconsistency (contradictory data), or disharmony (arbitrary data) in what we observe.

When something is unclear in the mind, that flags the presence of an anomaly. The outward form of it could appear as a doubt, confusion or perplexity, but the actual anomaly would be  a discontinuity, inconsistency, or disharmony. A more permanent form of it would be a fixation held in place in the form of an assumption, idea or belief. In general, a permanent form of anomaly would be a lasting impression on the mind, which is not assimilated with rest of the experience.

Our prejudices, biases and fixations distort what we perceive. These are internal anomalies (anomalies in our thinking), that produce external anomalies (anomalies in what we perceive). The things that we protest and complain about in life are all anomalies. 


The Ideal Scene

All logic (rationality) is concentrated in the visualization of the IDEAL SCENE. The ideal scene lies in the ONENESS of reality. 

The Ideal Scene of Logic lies in visualizing the ONENESS of reality. It helps discover anomalies and resolving them.


Earlier References:

  1. Reality and Logic
  2. The Universal Context
  3. The Criterion of Objectivity


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