For those uninterested in reading that introduction, E-prime follows from the view that the verb “to be” presents an ambiguous filler to English. To speak in E-prime, one must remove is, was, am, are, being, existing, and other such ambiguous forms of “to be”.
For a theist, this means that one cannot say “God exists”, and must correct it with a more precise phrasing instead of the word exists. It also prevents identity from use, so no “whatever is, is” and no “it is impossible for a thing to both be and not be at the same time and in the same respect”. Also, no “cogito ergo sum”.
is it possible to present your metaphysical outlook in E-prime?