The logic of Aristotle, human logic, has two values: yes or no, A or B. Either/or, etc.
The logic of the Infinite, the logic of peace, has nine values, in order of truth value:
3. Both yes and no
4. Neither yes nor no
5. None of the above
6. Not listed
No is greater than yes because any definitive statement can always be refuted by an opposing argument. Both yes and no is greater than no because "no" is a definitive statement itself, and therefore subject to the same pitfall. Neither yes nor no is greater than both yes and no because, while still definitive, it is less so. None of the above is greater than neither yes nor no because it is the least definitive statement possible within the pre-defined logical framework. Not listed is greater than none of the above because it steps outside the framework itself for the first time. Trans-causal is greater than not listed because it invalidates the supremacy of "because" that has ruled until this point. Trans-rational is greater than trans-causal "because" (remember, it's trans-rational, so you'll have to forgive the linguistic regression to a causal frame of reference for rational purposes) it continues to posit a framework of intuitive comprehensibility beyond the strict realm of cause and effect. Mu is greater than trans-rational because it is itself trans-rationality in direct application, making no effort to posit anything which can be interpreted in any mind-generated framework beyond pure intuitive self-teaching from the formless, infinite, absolute realm within. It isn't supposed to "make sense" in a conventional way. In fact, it can't, because it is beyond that framework.
If people understood that logic has nine values, rather than merely two, it would be far more difficult for conflict to arise.
Bifurcated Aristotelian logic is the father of war.