Paragraph/Essay:((Essay) (thesis)) ([[(paragraph 1, paragraph 2, etc.) topic 1, topic 2, etc.)] details 1, details 2, etc.])Knowledge Domains/Concepts:((knowledge domain) (category)) ([[(concept 1, concept 2, etc.) (sub-concept A, sub-concept B, etc.)] (example 1, example 2, etc.)])

Working with Claude-instant.

new RESULT:
Paragraph/Essay:
((Essay) (thesis)) ([[(paragraph 1, paragraph 2, etc.) topic 1, topic 2, etc.)] details 1, details 2, etc.])

Knowledge Domains/Concepts:
(knowledge domain) (category)) ([[(concept 1, concept 2, etc.) (sub-concept A, sub-concept B, etc.)] (example 1, example 2, etc.)])


To allow for comma separated lists within the nested structures, the notation would need to be modified slightly.

A simple way to do this would be to wrap any comma separated items in square brackets:

Paragraph/Essay:
((Essay) (thesis)) ([[(paragraph 1, paragraph 2, etc.) topic 1, topic 2, etc.)] details 1, details 2, etc.])

Knowledge Domains/Concepts:
((knowledge domain) (category)) ([[(concept 1, concept 2, etc.) (sub-concept A, sub-concept B, etc.)] (example 1, example 2, etc.)])

This maintains the hierarchical nested structure but indicates that:

Items separated by commas can exist at the same level
And these lists of items are contained within the square brackets
Some key points:

Commas now serve to separate list items rather than denote successive levels
Square brackets contain the list but still nest within the parentheses
This allows multiple related topics/concepts/details at each level

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