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—“Intellectual paradigms must surely require a different system of qualification besides functionality?”— Lisa Outhwaite
All these tests are either additive (or not subtractive):
1 – True (not false),
2 – Excellent(not faulty),
3 – Actionable (not inactionable),
4 – Good (not-ir-reciprocal),
5 – Beautiful (not ugly).
So yes. And this is yet another EXCELLENT example of why I do not use sets or set logic, but series, supply demand, Limits, and multi-dimensionality.
No ideal types, Ideals – single dimensional tests of multi dimensional questions are just a convenient way of using aggregation for the purpose of obscurantism, loading, framing, and deceit.
I suppose I should harp on the deconflation problem more often and explain why more often, but THREE POINTS TEST A LINE. A line of two points has no test of error.
In other words, contrasting by one axis (statement, comparison) is a simple game – and a game too simple for any question of substance.
Yet it is the preferred (lowest cost) method of human speech.
Which is why we rely on justification (low cost meaning) versus falsification (high cost truth).
This is why I consider all speech representable as geometry.
And it is how I approach all speech: geometrically.