Is Spock related to Surak?

Who is the father of logic Vulcan?

The "father" of logic is Leibniz. I've always thought of Leibniz as being the logical philosopher, and John Stuart Mill the empiricist.

Leibniz was a logical philosopher, but he didn't have much to do with the empiricists, who were a separate movement. Logical philosophers like Leibniz (and Kant, etc.) don't care so much about the empirical world as the logical world.

Logical philosophers (like Leibniz) are more concerned with the formal aspects of logic, whereas the empiricists (like Mill) were more concerned with the material (empirical) aspects of logic. I think the distinction between logical philosophers and empiricists is one that gets made all the time, but it's not quite the way I would describe them. Logical philosophers (like Leibniz) are more concerned with the formal aspects of logic, whereas the empiricists (like Mill) were more concerned with the material (empirical) aspects of logic. Logical philosophers (like Leibniz) are more concerned with the formal aspects of logic, whereas the empiricists (like Mill) were more concerned with the material (empirical) aspects of logic.

Who is Surak in Lion guard?

I'm always curious what people do with their money, so I decided to find out how Surak in the Lion Guard is spending his wealth.

Surak, the wealthiest character in the show (and probably the richest character on screen) does not appear to have a personal budget that is anywhere close to that of the other primary characters. The only exception is Nia. She has to pay for her training to be an Avahi and her training costs are included in her annual budget. But all other regular characters have budgets that are hundreds of times more than what is mentioned for them in the show, which is a significant portion of their income.

The budget for a regular character is usually shown in the cost of the clothes they wear, the transportation they use, and food they eat. And the budget for a character like Jaya or Coruska or an unnamed noble would be much, much higher. But we don't see a budget that would require them to be that wealthy.

There is one other thing to note. The lion guard members were all chosen for their wealth, not their ability. If we assume they have no ability in anything, their wealth should be proportional to the budget. Therefore, we can tell that we don't have to go through every character in the show to determine if they are spending too much or not enough.

Spending. There is no doubt that a king has a budget that is significantly more than the cost of what he wears, rides in, and eats. All of us know how expensive it is to maintain a palace, so a character like Surak has an even greater amount of money.

Spending is not limited by the budget though. It is usually measured by how much a character has at any given time. A character can spend all of their money on something, or very little, and it does not matter. This is why we do not see the cost of their transportation or the clothing they wear, because they have more than enough money to pay for them.

Actions. The budget is set for an entire year. There is no set way to determine what a character does with their money, and there are a lot of ways they could spend it. So I'm going to look at the different ways a character could spend money.