see, "Neurons, Concepts, and Connections in Thinking," http://orion.it.luc.edu/~avande1/connections".

• analytic connections (X

1. feature-units: {#F}, {#G}, {#H}, . . .

2. simple concepts: (≡_{α}), (≡_{β}), (≡_{γ}), . . .

• conceptual operators: negative (≡)[**non**]_{k}(≡), conjunctive (≡)[**∩**]_{k}(≡)(≡), potentive (≡)[**can**]_{k}(≡)

3. compound concepts: the definitional part is formed by an operator applied to concepts

4. extemporaneous conceptualizations: (≡_{α1}) (≡_{α2}) . . . (≡_{αn}),
concepts combined by temporary links

5. individuative pointers: [*δ*_{1}], [*δ*_{2}], [*δ*_{3}], . . . (demonstrative, personal, and other pronouns)

6. known individuals: [*δ*] with connected items X_{1}, X_{2}, . . . , X_{r}

2. simple concepts: (≡

• conceptual operators: negative (≡)[

3. compound concepts: the definitional part is formed by an operator applied to concepts

4. extemporaneous conceptualizations: (≡

5. individuative pointers: [

6. known individuals: [

• term-variables and predicators: [≡]_{k}, [**is**]_{k}

• quantifiers: [**some**]_{k}, [**all**]_{k}

• truth-value buffers: (|||)_{k}

• propositional operators: (|||)[**not**]_{k}(|||),
(|||)[**and**]_{k}(|||)|(|||),
(|||)[**or**]_{k}(|||)|(|||),
(|||)[**if**]_{k}(|||)|(|||), all temporary links

1. simple individual propositional forms: (|||)**—**[≡]**—**[**is**]**—**[≡],

2. simple general propositional forms: (|||)**—**[**some**]**—**(|||)**—**[≡]**—**[**is**]**—**[≡], (|||)**—**[**all**]**—**(|||)**—**[≡]**—**[**is**]**—**[≡]

3. compound propositional forms: array of forms that are temporarily linked through propositional operators

4. full propositions: propositional form all whose term-variables have a temporary link with an idea

5. judgments: full proposition whose truth-value has been evaluated through system-reference

6. expressed propositions (primary sentences): full proposition all whose component ideas are denominated

• quantifiers: [

• truth-value buffers: (|||)

• propositional operators: (|||)[

1. simple individual propositional forms: (|||)

2. simple general propositional forms: (|||)

3. compound propositional forms: array of forms that are temporarily linked through propositional operators

4. full propositions: propositional form all whose term-variables have a temporary link with an idea

5. judgments: full proposition whose truth-value has been evaluated through system-reference

6. expressed propositions (primary sentences): full proposition all whose component ideas are denominated

2. stylized sentences: conventional verbal transformation of a primary sentence