Ah! there’s a nuance there – that may be the connection point:
“Conditions predetermine what modalities people can chose from”
You see, that’s fine. I consider it “constraints upon a system”. The thing is: do we know all of our constraints? Would erroneous beliefs in constraints that are too limited cause a much smaller set of choice modalities than believing in infinite choice?
I hold that there is a big difference between “pre-determined” versus having a “working-range”
Queue management and Lattice models and Philosophy of Mind and Consciousness and Subjective Experience and Intuition and Psychology and Ecology and Branches of Biology and Waves and Science and Scientific phenomena
Is the largest group. These are equally valued to the entirety of the graph and are connected to other subcategories which are more specific.
Queue and lattice can go together with internet packet trafficking.
“Philosophy of Mind and Consciousness and Subjective Experience and Intuition and Psychology”
can become … AH HA! INSIGHT!