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Does Every Concept have an Opposite Concept?

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Does every concept have an opposite concept?
 

James

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How are All Divisiables, IndIvIsIable & WHY?
Can you expand on your question?

I believe that that concepts have opposite concepts. For example: *yes* and *no*.

Complex concepts are made up from combinations of simpler more elemental concepts.

There is a kind of 'periodic table' of elemental concepts from which all other concepts are derived.

Our human languages are like an imperfect and changing froth which only roughly maps the unchanging and universal conceptual territory.

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This cube diagram which is based on mathematics but may also offer insight on the universal language of elemental concepts and their relation.
 
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