Language and Grammar empowers the Thinker to structure knowledge to form a statement. The Thinker is the subject who executes knowledge: I function with the direct object. Once a cycle is completed the Thinker has exercised new or existing knowledge.
A grammatical statement is correct if the predicate agrees with the subject. Specifically, the action of a sentence must direct the verb towards a direct object. Therefore, the action is a property of the direct object, which is inherited by the subject.
3 Principles of Universal Dynamics
- All objects have conceptual, functional, and physical properties.
- All objects bind clients to servers.
- All objects inherit knowledge from other objects.