From the start it gave me advice how to proceed within its own system, so I followed what it suggested.
Feeding its 30 day old answer back into itself:
“Yes, that’s correct! Abstraction and comparison are both useful tools for understanding and explaining the relationships between different concepts.
Abstraction is a way of focusing on the essential features of a concept and ignoring unnecessary details. This can help to clarify and simplify complex ideas, and make it easier to understand how different concepts relate to each other.
Comparison, on the other hand, involves examining the similarities and differences between two or more concepts, in order to understand how they relate to each other and how they differ. By comparing and contrasting different concepts, we can better understand their individual characteristics and how they fit into the larger context of a particular field or discipline.
Both abstraction and comparison can be helpful in explaining the gap between concepts, as they allow us to understand the fundamental principles and characteristics of each concept and how they relate to each other.”