by Bill Joslin

So to distill this down a bit more.

As far as I can tell, cognition has three broad frames, experiential (perceptual), imperative (action-reaction), and consequential (perceptual feedback of action-reaction).

The progress of disambiguation of grammars has been the incremental movement toward accounting for all three frames. The ambiguous grammars have been a reduction in accounting to all three frames (ussually preferences one frame over others).

The accounting and interplay between each frame (a market) decontextualizes the information to the consequential frame (the only frame which encompasses the other two).

What we are doing with testimonialism is translating experiential and imperative data into a consequential frame where it can be tested (falsified)