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Aristotelian logic is the belief that our world is nothing but a composition of hopelessly imperfect reflections. Nothing we see, nothing we are, no single tangible thing in this world exists. Think of a tree, the most beautiful tree you have ever seen. That tree is nothing more than a twisted, pitiful reflection of the single perfect tree that exists only in the cosmos, far beyond our reach. We will never see that perfect tree, never embrace its beauty, because we cannot get to its infallible plane of existence. We can't go there because we are not perfect. We are only flawed, perverted beasts, rejected by the heavens and spit onto this 'Earth' to live amongst a land of tragic, creatures.