I learned logic they taught:
if A then B not B therefore not A
Here are statements:
If something exists then it must adhere to a standard If it does not adhere to a standard, it will cause suffering. If it will cause suffering, then it should not exist.
A: something exists B: it must adhere to a standard Not B: it does not adhere to a standard C: it will cause suffering Not A: it should not exist If A, then B If Not B, then C If C then, then Not A
We trim off C, then it will be
If A, then B If Not B, then Not A--> why there still `If` here, can we replace `If` to `Therefore`?