Sheriff’s Law which is The Law of Logic is Universally Binding Natural Law Perpetual (C)Copyright (2011 C.E.

) by Thomas the Apostle As recorded by Saint Anthony the Apostle Logic is defined as that which is not illogical. That which is illogical is defined as that which involves a logical contradiction, such as attempting to assert that (A) and (not A) can exist at and in the same time and in the same place. Any intentional use of a fallacious logical contradiction as the basis for any statement, argument, proof, or action, is what is known as an illegal, immoral, unethical, and seriously sinful act of sophistry. Thus, natural law prohibits sophistry. Moreover, natural is binding on all persons and or existants on the basis that The Law of Logic is Objective and Universal in that its validity can be proven in the first instance with concrete logic. Thus, concrete logic proves that it is impossible for an (A)pple to be in a person’s left hand at the same time and in the same place that there is no(t) (A)pple. Thus, the Law of Logic which is attributed in the first instance to Aristotle and Alexander the Great, Emperor of Greece, is universally binding on all persons, objectively.

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