POP 17

Example Exemplar Entities

Alfred Korzibsky

Page 1
(intro)
Page A (e-prime) Page 2
(StrucDif)
Page B
(RAW)
Page 3 
(defs)
Page C
Sane Jive

Robert Anton Wilson

The case for using E-Prime rests on the simple proposition that "isness" sets the brain into a medieval Aristotelian framework and makes it impossible to understand modern problems and opportunities. A classic case of GIGO, in short. Removing "isness" and writing/thinking only and always in operational/existential language sets us, conversely, in a modern universe where we can successfully deal with modern issues.'

Quoted from: An on-line article on E-prime by Dr Robert Anton Wilson

Standard English

English Prime

1.  The photon is a wave. 1.  The photon behaves as a wave when constrained by certain instruments.
2.  The photon is a particle. 2.  The photon appears as a particle when constrained by other instruments.
3.  John is unhappy and grouchy. 3.  John appears unhappy and grouchy in the office.
4.  John is bright and cheerful. 4.  John appears bright and cheerful on holiday at the beach.
5.  The car involved in the hit-and-run accident was a blue Ford. 5.  In memory, I think I recall the car involved in the hit-and-run accident as a blue Ford.
6.  That is a fascist idea. 6.  That seems like a fascist idea to me.
7.  Beethoven is better than Mozart. 7.  In my present mixed state of musical education and ignorance Beethoven seems better than Mozart to me.
8.  Lady Chatterley's lover is a pornographic novel. 8.  Lady Chatterley's lover seems like a pornographic novel to me.
9.  Grass is green. 9.  Grass registers as green to most human eyes.
10.  The first man stabbed the second man with a knife. 10.  I think I saw the first man stab the second man with a knife.

Quoted from: An on-line article on E-prime by Dr Robert Anton Wilson

Robert Anton Wilson - Sombunall

: some but not all (sombunall)

Predicative relativism through non-absoluteness: explained:

Stating the more or less relative facts of most situations without using absolutes
or  through negating absolutes: examples:
the none-absolute: 'some' -  the relativity-divider 'but'
the absolute: 'all' negated with 'not' - not all
[Some but not all] Sombunall RAW readers seems bored by the New York Irish Dockworkers
[Some but not all] Sombunall RAW readers go on to Aleister Crowley or James Joyce
[Some but not all] Sombunall RAW readers sternly support the New York Irish Dockworkers
[Some but not all] Sombunall RAW readers admire his life time love marriage to Arlen 
variations: 
[Some but near all] Sombunall RAW readers thank the man for at least three AHA-insights
[Some but near all] Sombunall RAW readers finds his books funny, witty and intelligent

& why not Mosbunall

[Most but not all] Mosbunall RAW readers know of the New York Irish Dockworkers
[Most but not all] Mosbunall RAW readers seems bored by Aleister Crowley & James Joyce
[Most but not all] Mosbunall RAW readers sternly support the New York Irish Dockworkers
[Most but not all] Mosbunall RAW readers seems to support marital fidelity & open dialog
[Most but not all] Mosbunall RAW readers thank the man for at least three AHA-insights
[Most but not all] Mosbunall RAW readers finds his books funny, witty and intelligent

stating that these statements came/comes from some subjective individual - making it explicit

(identity relativism through subjectivity markers)

Political Correctness' versus 'e-prime' and its 'correctness'

 Robert Anton Wilson:

finally found man's innermost cry not Sombunall-man but everyone:
human/ostrichman man, woman & child :

'Please, sir, handle me my money now!'