I would appreciate it if all of you gave your individual interpretations of the three laws of thought.
Here is my POV
A = A
A != !A
!(True And False)
These laws hold true only "at the same time and in the same respect". There should be no ambiguity in the meaning of 'A'.
Non-contradiction is about potential but once it is realized, it can't be anything else. Once A is accepted as A, it can't be not A
Excluded middle is about truth value. A proposition can be either true or false but not both(at the same time and in the same respect)