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First Logic - The Dogmatist

For the First Logic, thought and thinking are primary, self-sufficient, and do not need to be tested by experience. As a result, the First Logic tends to go from concept to fact, sometimes ruthlessly driving life itself into the framework of its theories.

The First Logic seeks universalism, forming its picture of the world, tries to include all the phenomena of life in this picture, and spreads this picture to the whole world at once. It is her nature to summarise the facts. Of the thousands of details, she is able to add a single consistent picture, which she will try to apply not only to these details but also to all the others that will be found in the world.

The effectiveness of thinking characterizes the first Logic. It strives for the result - a certain final product, a formula - as universal as possible.

The schemes and theories that make up the First Logic usually differ in laconism. The First Logic simply neglects a lot, believing that it is unimportant and gives out only a dry result. In the same way, she does not like other people's schemes overloaded with facts. Bringing everything into a harmonious form, removing the excess - that's what it seeks.

The memory of the First Logic has the property of not storing "extra" information: it simply throws out facts, numbers, names. By themselves, they do not interest her, but she can link all these facts, figures, and names in case of a slender scheme. The End of the First Logic is a system analysis.

The phrases that the First Logic pronounces are also characterized by laconism, behind which the semantic content is felt. There can be many abstract nouns in her speech since abstract categories are most convenient to use to summarise the experience that the First Logic constantly conducts. In this case, the presentation will be clear, without frills.

The First Logic has a distinctive property - the ability and need to think alone. So it is important for her to get to the very bottom of the matter, and for this, she does not need helpers.

When the First Logic comes up with a thought, it can interrupt any activity and switch to this thought. This happens even with children: a child can stay alone for hours and meditate, refusing games.

The first Logic is not talkative, and instead, it is silent. She does not care about talking and does not understand why idle chatter is needed because life is created from absolute truths. And she enters into a conversation only to find out the truth.

It's not easy to communicate with the First Logic because there is only one correct opinion - her own. Communication with her will come down to a monologue: either very interesting and developing or boring and unpleasant. She does not ask someone else's opinion, and she only claims her own. Even if she asks a question, an answer has already been concluded in this question - HER answer. And it's too difficult for her to communicate outside the affirmative form.

The First Logic does not enter into any conversation. If she considers herself incompetent, then she prefers to remain silent.

If the First Logic has a report ahead, she prefers to prepare a speech in advance and speak only within the framework of what was written. She can be knocked down by any comment that is not relevant or someone else's opinion, which she did not prepare to refute.

If the First Logic understands that she is wrong, it is painful. If she created a theory that turned out to be erroneous, it could destroy her world. But not for long: soon, she will create a new theory, as consistent as possible.

The First Logic tends to think of itself as the "king" of the Logical world - a person who is endowed with the power of the mind. The concept of the First Logic: I am an ideological leader, I thought it over, and my idea should be dominant.

The weak point of the First Logic is its inflexibility. Life goes forward, life standards and priorities change, and the First Logic remains categorical and stable: she always knows what is right and what is not. It is for this reason that most conflicts in her life occur.

Despite the fact that the results of the mental activity of the First Logic are usually expressed in two or three clear formulas, the thought apparatus of the First Logic is very heavy. The First Logic is not endowed with the ability to absorb and instantly process information on the fly. She needs first to think it over, then integrate it into her system of representations and only then make a conclusion about her correctness. In this sense, the First Logicians are slow-witted, their brain is devoid of flexibility.

The first reaction of the First Logic to any event is to understand what is happening, to explain the situation to yourself. It is very important for her to create a scheme according to which she can act. If the First Logic does not understand anything, this can seriously block its activities. Before starting any business, the First Logic often says: "You have to think.".

The First Logic is characterized by peremptoriness in the handling of other people's thoughts and concepts. She can "press" the interlocutor without any regard to the fact that he has his own opinion. People are divided for her on the right and wrong. The wrong must be taught. And she is the teacher.

The First Logic is often little read (why draw someone else's opinion from books when it has its own).

Often, the First Logic overestimates the possibilities of his thinking. It is characteristic of her not to doubt her mind and not to test his strength and severity. When someone asks her questions about checking her abilities, she often answers very badly, considers it unreasonable to answer "I don't know" (and mentally add: "and I don't want to know"), as a result of which she often shows bad results during testing. But give her a real task, where she is required not to know the facts but to connect them with a logical thread - and you will get a brilliant result.

In general, people with the First Logic are those who are most interested in thinking. They have their own opinion about everything. Far from always are these sages and thinkers, and these are not always people of a great mind. They simply tend to affirm the infallible truth and not reckon with the opinions of others.

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