Oh I absolutely agree. I think in a really fundamental fundamental level, all notions of sameness are analogies of a very close kind. There’s the original event, and then from that point, similar events will likely end up with similar results, even if though the conditions are likely distinct, there’s “enough” similarity between two distinct events for the outcomes to be similar enough to be considered the same outcome

Oh I absolutely agree. I think in a really fundamental fundamental level, all notions of sameness are analogies of a very close kind.
There’s the original event, and then from that point, similar events will likely end up with similar results, even if though the conditions are likely distinct, there’s “enough” similarity between two distinct events for the outcomes to be similar enough to be considered the same outcome
it’s as if there’s a range-of-acceptable uniqueness within a category or set to where the distinctions can be ignored _for the sake of the set_ even if individual items are not identical in all ways; only in the ways that allow it to be within the membership of the set and utilized equivalent to any other member of the set
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chatGPT:

“It sounds like you’re describing a situation where there is some level of diversity or uniqueness within a group or category, but where the members of the group or category are still considered to be equivalent or interchangeable in certain ways. This can happen when there are certain characteristics or qualities that are shared among the members of the group or category, and which are considered to be more important or relevant than the differences or variations between the members. In this case, the members of the group or category may be treated as if they are identical or interchangeable in certain contexts, even if they are not identical in every way. This can be a useful way of organizing and classifying things, as it allows for a certain level of flexibility and adaptability within the group or category.”

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