if tautology assess the truth of a form
perhaps the form has no truth but simply of being?
there is a largest number or there isn’t
there is a mookliko or there isn’t
there + is + or + there + isn’t
isn’t + is + or there ++ there (eg isn’t a largest number is or there there – is not concerned with truth but a possible element/nature of a largest number. )
are tautological forms require the question of truth/false by relying on meanings rather than forms?
Am I indeed mistaking a sequence to relying?