The Money "Tetram"
"Tetram" derives from the term, "Tetrachotometrics," or the more
syncoped (phonetically paired down) version of the term, "Tetrametrics,"
or the even more sycoped version of the term,
"Tetramics." Tetram is a quadra [four (4)]
valued logic structure.
An example of tetramic logic would be where each of the
conceptual components of the causal dichotomy, "Right vs. Wrong,"
is compared to each of the conceptual components of the effectual
dichotomy, "Good vs. Bad," such that: the relationships between: Right
and Wrong, Good and Bad, Right and Good,
Right and Bad, Wrong and Good and Wrong and Bad, were also made available for
inspection and incorporate-able into all of the possible considerations of
the relationships of the four primary components involved, those being Right,
Wrong, Good and Bad.
Why call the process, "Tetramics?" Because if you orient the
four conceptual components of a tetram to form a tetrahedron―a
four (4) sided box whose totality is constructed with four (4) triangles,
alone (a three cornered pyramid)—you will see
that there are six (6) connections (lines) between them, not just four (4).
The four components of, "The Money Tetram," are:
impression that a phenomenon makes; the effect that a phenomenon has; it
could be viewed as an intensity,
Value―Quality multiplied by
Currency―That which is the
representation of Value.
Children of TABLOIDER: