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Extensible Sutra

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Section One: Religion

Article One A proposition which we can not confirm by means of analyzing meaning of words or by any empirical methods whether it is true or false is called "supernatural proposition."
Article Two A set of supernatural propositions which do not have contradiction is called "religion."
Article Three Each proposition of which religion consists is called "dogma."

Section Two: Founder

Article One If R is a religion, To make R is called to "found" R.
Article Two If R is a religion, the human who founded R is called "founder" of R.
Article Three The proposition "everyone can become a founder" is called "omnifundatoresism."
Article Four Omnifundatoresism is true.

Section Three: Extension

Article One If B and D are religions and if the relation between those is that D is the religion made by specialization of B, D is called "derived religion" of B.
Article Two If B and D are religions and if the relation between those is that D is the religion made by specialization of B, B is called "base religion" of D.
Article Three If R is a religion, to make a derived religion by means of adding dogmas to R is called to "extend" R.

Section Four: Sutra

Article One If R is a religion, a document which describes R is called "sutra" of R.
Article Two If B and D are religions and if the base religion of D is B, the human which writes the sutra of D can omit the description on B contained by D by means of writing the description which means that the base religion of D is B.
Article Three This sutra is called "Extensible Sutra."
Article Four The religion which described in this sutra is called "includism."
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