See if you can answer the categorization issue for yourself, entirely subjectively.

We have the same goal.
My “decontextualization” of hard-line words and concepts was a way to verify for myself that, “Ok, it’s babble. BUT…”
and now I’m in the “But…” part.

Here’s a thought to consider, as it’s the direction I’ve chosen. See if you can answer the categorization issue for yourself, entirely subjectively. Find your own threads and categories… use real-world systems that exist for categorization of knowledge to categorize yourself. See what fits. See what doesn’t.

I’ve taken that approach and it’s been extremely helpful to me because I’m starting to be able to see “myself” as I might been seen from “the future if I was a historican studying me and my writings and thoughts.

How will John Lepouras be categorized on a shelf?

If he wrote 1000 books, where would they go?

Stuff like that. _very_ helpful for me and it’s leading me towards the direction I _really_ want – which is where you’re going as well.

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