Man as the measure of all things man

Actually, the concept I am working on is whether we have everything backwards, and language consists entirely of measurements of different degrees of precision, and mathematics and operations are merely more precise measurements than we are familiar with speaking of.

What does it mean to measure?

Man is the unit of measure for all he measures. The limits of his existence, perception, action, and comprehension, provides him with units of measure. Measurements provide us with constant relations. All our other methods of measurement merely extend the constant relations provided by the limits constraining the existence, perception, action, and comprehension of man.

This appears to be the correct model.

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