I like the thought of there possibly being a partial equivalence between all of the different views but not full equivalence, allowing for more compatibility than we see now but ultimately retaining the distinctions that made them distinct in the first place, allowing for an ontological pluralism with sufficient translators between to allow everybody to ‘win’ as it were in some fashion.

I like the thought of there possibly being a partial equivalence between all of the different views but not full equivalence, allowing for more compatibility than we see now but ultimately retaining the distinctions that made them distinct in the first place, allowing for an ontological pluralism with sufficient translators between to allow everybody to ‘win’ as it were in some fashion.

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