Letter Shape Morphology



The figure on the right is an illustration of the all-common basic square that contains the external code for the (T,F)-valued logic of (A,B) sentences.

The placement of truth-tables onto the cartesian axis facilitates the creation of letter shapes that encode symmetrical truth-tables.



The figure to the left is an illustration of a binary letter, the d-letter, when it is placed on the basic square and when it is related to the external code.  

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