I generally lean towards logical positivism BUT it has to have a relativistic component while being actionable (a la computing (2nd order logic + time steps).

I generally lean towards logical positivism BUT it has to have a relativistic component while being actionable (a la computing (2nd order logic + time steps).

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Bingo. “Success approximations gang” here.

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Or more simply, “a” (one of a set) vs “the” (the set contains only one)
By the time I use a “the”, it was a long road.

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