Occulted Variables Theory
Obliquis-Sequitur is a term coined to describe the opposite of a "non-sequitur" in logic and rhetoric. While a non-sequitur refers to an argument where the conclusion does not logically follow from the premises, Obliquis-Sequitur is used to signify a situation where there is a hidden or less obvious connection between the premises and the conclusion. This connection, although not immediately apparent, is logical or meaningful and can be discerned upon deeper analysis.
The term "Obliquis-Sequitur" is a neologism that combines "oblique," meaning not explicit or done in a direct way, and "sequitur," derived from the Latin verb "sequi," meaning to follow. Together, they encapsulate the idea of a logical connection that requires a more nuanced understanding to fully grasp.
Obliquis-Sequitur can be particularly useful in complex discussions where the connections between different points are not explicitly stated but are implied or can be deduced through insight.
The term can also be applied in creative problem-solving scenarios, where lateral thinking and intuition may be required to see the hidden connections between different elements.
In the realm of debate and argumentation, Obliquis-Sequitur can help in identifying the subtle logic that underpins certain arguments, which may not be immediately obvious.
Various symbols can represent the concept of Obliquis-Sequitur:
Labyrinth or Maze: Signifies the complex paths that thoughts can take before reaching a logical conclusion.
Light Bulb with Puzzle Pieces: Represents the insight required to see connections that are not immediately obvious.
Spider Web: Symbolizes the intricate and subtle connections between different points.
Magnifying Glass with Connect-the-dots or Network: Indicates the close examination required to see the hidden connections between different points or ideas.
Ancient Scroll with Hidden Symbols: Represents hidden knowledge or connections that require special insight to decipher.