I'm viewing this from a nihilistic standpoint, as in nothing in life has any inherent value, there is no meaning in life, and furthermore there's no reason to have one. So following this line of "logic" I dismissed logic as being contradictory, for what is there to say just because something pertains to this set of axioms it is worth more to the world, when virtually the world doesn't care. So delving deeper I thought that we primarily act on satisfaction. Why I still do what I think is logical is because I gain satisfaction from connecting separate pieces of knowledge and observing it's beautiful structure. But satisfaction is always satisfying, so is it absolute? Without concerning further attributes and how eventually through thought we think linearly in a infinitely dimensional structure and can not imagine the true nature of anything, is satisfaction absolute, as it is always 100% relative, meaning since it is 100% conceived and created as pertaining only towards your positivity, you can't disprove it. You can't argue "I hate satisfaction".
It is the only thing I can't imagine as arguing negative, presuming it's nature entails it to be 100% good