Oh for the purposes of this, I’ve switched away from the thing I was looking at the other day and I’m modeling with Pen Rose ‘s switch question. [electric switch]. I think what I’m shooting for is an independence of identity. Establish some essential boundary qualities that distinguish one from another. So for the State view of the switch, there’s: State 0: off State 1: on The focus is on the control mechanism and what happens next: A cause and effect relationship. But let’s eliminate the control mechanism entirely. What do you have? You have two superimposed systems. So, separate the systems.

Oh for the purposes of this, I’ve switched away from the thing I was looking at the other day and I’m modeling with

Pen Rose

‘s switch question. [electric switch].

I think what I’m shooting for is an independence of identity. Establish some essential boundary qualities that distinguish one from another.
So for the State view of the switch, there’s:
State 0: off
State 1: on
The focus is on the control mechanism and what happens next: A cause and effect relationship.
But let’s eliminate the control mechanism entirely.
What do you have? You have two superimposed systems. So, separate the systems.

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