Tasalsul is the belief that time is beginningless. Meaning: that the present is preceded by an infinite number of past events. It is impossible due to its being contradictory.
Judging propositions where the subject is an essence, and the predicate is existence. Alongside a discussion on contingency, and how existences can be classified.
Nomic judgements are ones where the proposition is judged according to normalcy. Its categories are three: nomic necessity, impossibility, and possibility.
Propositions can be judged to be either necessary, impossible, or possible. In this article, we prove that those categories of judgement are collectively exhaustive.
Rational judgements are ones where propositions are judged according to the law of identity. Its categories are three: rational necessity, impossibility, and possibility.