on December 13, 2019
The sum of a "Sufficient Condition" is its "Necessary" parts.
For instance, being human (in the biological sense) is sufficient to ensure you have a physical body made of fundamental elements combined together to form molecules, cells, organs, organ systems, brain structures, DNA, etc. -- the term HUMAN in this example is the parameter, and the structures of the body that make it HUMAN are its necessary parts.
In other words, can it be argued that a sufficient condition is a factual observation of all the necessary conditions that combine together to make it a singular whole? Or, that the idea of sufficiency outlines the parameter whereby all things necessary conform to synthesize its unique existence?
That feels overly complicated... however, trying to describe the visual in my mind is somewhat a challenge. My hope is that my question suffices (lol) in painting that visual to you. Any further clarification or correction will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Ben on December 13, 2019
Ravi on December 14, 2019
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