Polynym Math

set comparison between two polynyms

Pphenomenology ⊥ Pelement


Equality

$$A \neq B$$
A is not equal to B

Subset

$$A \not\subseteq B$$
A is not a subset of or equal to B

Superset

$$A \not\supseteq B$$
A is not a superset of or equal to B

Intersection

$$A \cap B =$$
{ }

Union

$$A \cup B =$$
{ archetypical, earth, empirical, fire, metal, scientific, water, wood }

Symmetric Difference

$$A \ominus B =$$
{ archetypical, earth, empirical, fire, metal, scientific, water, wood }

Difference

$$A - B =$$
{ archetypical, empirical, scientific }

Difference

$$B - A =$$
{ earth, fire, metal, water, wood }

Cartesian Product

$$A \times B =$$
{ (archetypical, earth),
(archetypical, fire),
(archetypical, metal),
(archetypical, water),
(archetypical, wood),
(empirical, earth),
(empirical, fire),
(empirical, metal),
(empirical, water),
(empirical, wood),
(scientific, earth),
(scientific, fire),
(scientific, metal),
(scientific, water),
(scientific, wood) }

phenomenology

Source
Goethe
Area
Philosophy
Mode
type
Depth
3
User
scotty


vs.

Polynym
Wu Xing

element

Source
Wu Xing
Area
Philosophy
Mode
type
Depth
5
User
scotty
3 types of phenomenology

5 types of element
empirical
scientific
archetypical

wood
fire
earth
metal
water
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