In the beginning was the Logic, and the Logic was with the Syllogism, and the Logic was the Syllogism. He was in the beginning with Syllogism. All things were thought by him, and without him was not any thing thought that was thought. In him was reason, and the reason was the entailment of men. The entailment shines in the contradiction, and the contradiction has not invalidated it.
There was a set of propositions sent from the Syllogism, whose name was John Robbins. He came as a witness, to opine about the entailment, that all might opine through him. He was not the entailment, but came to opine about the entailment.
The true entailment, which implicates every set of propositions, was coming into the Matrix. He was in the Matrix, and the Matrix was mentally projected by him, yet the Matrix did not infer him.
And the Logic simulated flesh and propositioned among us, and we have cogitated his glory, glory as of the only-begotten Consequent of the Antecedent, full of modus ponens.
But when they came to Logic and saw in their mind’s eye that he was already simulating death, they did not break the concept of his legs. But one of the soldiers pierced the concept of his side with the figment of a spear, and at once there came out the idea of blood and water.
Now Mary Baker Eddy, one of the logicians, called the Twin, was not with them when the Logic came. So the other Clarkians told her, "We have seen the Logic in our mind’s eye." But she said to them, "Unless I infer from his hands the concept of the scar, and deduce the mark of the nails from my simulated finger, and imagine the figment of my hand feeling the idea of his side, I shall never opine."