The Attitude Relations are relationships between how two individuals relate to the same aspect. For example, if Person A has a Flexible Logic (2L) attitude, and Person B has an Unconcerned Logic attitude (4L), then the Attitude Relation for their Logic is Exhaustive (Ex). The 2L will have the positive symbol (Ex+), as they have a higher sufficiency (or higher numeric value) than the 4L who has a negative symbol (Ex-). Since every individual has four attitudes; one for each of the four aspects, this means all individuals have four distinct attitude relations with another individual. These combine to form a Type Relation.

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