(That which is left/remainder) is a type of [Wholeness]. [[Mutual relation of parts to whole]] is like (That which is left/remainder). (Attachment) is a type of [Mutual relation of parts to whole]. [[Fastening]] is like (Attachment). (Condition of being fast bound/firmly fixed) is a type of [Fastening]. [[Separation]] is like (Condition of being fast bound/firmly fixed). (Hold/holding) is a type of [Absence of movement]. [[Action/operation]] is like (Hold/holding). ==== What’s interesting is what DIDN’T show in the last frame. What’s after “Action/operation?” (Acting in another’s business/intervention) is a type of [Action/operation]. [[Undertaking]] is like (Acting in another’s business/intervention). That is: ACTIVISM. What came before “Wholeness”? (Decrease/reduction in quantity/amount/degree) is a type of [Smallness of quantity/amount/degree]. [[Wholeness]] is like (Decrease/reduction in quantity/amount/degree). Prior to “Smallness in quantity/amount/degree” is: (Increase by addition) is a type of [Increase in quantity/amount/degree]. [[Smallness of quantity/amount/degree]] is like (Increase by addition). Prior to: “Increase in quantity/amount/degree” is: (Excessive amount/degree) is a type of [Sufficient quantity/amount/degree]. [[Increase in quantity/amount/degree]] is like (Excessive amount/degree). It’s takes a little visualization to ‘see’ how it connects logically but it’s logical semantic connections.

(That which is left/remainder) is a type of [Wholeness]. [[Mutual relation of parts to whole]] is like (That which is left/remainder).
 
(Attachment) is a type of [Mutual relation of parts to whole]. [[Fastening]] is like (Attachment).
 
(Condition of being fast bound/firmly fixed) is a type of [Fastening]. [[Separation]] is like (Condition of being fast bound/firmly fixed).
 
(Hold/holding) is a type of [Absence of movement]. [[Action/operation]] is like (Hold/holding).
 
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What’s interesting is what DIDN’T show in the last frame.
 
What’s after “Action/operation?”
 
(Acting in another’s business/intervention) is a type of [Action/operation]. [[Undertaking]] is like (Acting in another’s business/intervention).
 
That is: ACTIVISM.
 
What came before “Wholeness”?
(Decrease/reduction in quantity/amount/degree) is a type of [Smallness of quantity/amount/degree]. [[Wholeness]] is like (Decrease/reduction in quantity/amount/degree).
 
Prior to “Smallness in quantity/amount/degree” is:
(Increase by addition) is a type of [Increase in quantity/amount/degree]. [[Smallness of quantity/amount/degree]] is like (Increase by addition).
 
Prior to: “Increase in quantity/amount/degree” is:
(Excessive amount/degree) is a type of [Sufficient quantity/amount/degree]. [[Increase in quantity/amount/degree]] is like (Excessive amount/degree).
 
It’s takes a little visualization to ‘see’ how it connects logically but it’s logical semantic connections.
 
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 In short, the delicate process of boundary-making.
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How do you get to Sufficient Quantity/Amount/Degree?
 
322: (High/intense degree) is a type of [Quantity]. [[Sufficient quantity/amount/degree]] is like (High/intense degree).
 
AHH — furthest semantically related but still within the category of QUANTITY is “High/intense degree”.
 
(Equipment for weighing) is a type of [Measuring instrument]. [[Quantity]] is like (Equipment for weighing).
 
Ok, backwards to Measuring instrument…
 
(Amount defined by capacity) is a type of [Measurement]. [[Measuring instrument]] is like (Amount defined by capacity).
 
So: Measurement. What’s prior to Measurement?
 
(Data) is a type of [Software]. [[Measurement]] is like (Data).
 
SOFTWARE??
 
(Computer) is a type of [Graph/diagram]. [[Software]] is like (Computer).
 
 
“Graph/Diagram”
 
(Shape/figure) is a type of [Mathematical notation/symbol]. [[Graph/diagram]] is like (Shape/figure).
 
“Mathematical notation/symbol”
 
(Numerical arrangement) is a type of [Mathematics]. [[Mathematical notation/symbol]] is like (Numerical arrangement).
 
“Mathematics”.
 
(Great number, numerousness) is a type of [Plurality]. [[Mathematics]] is like (Great number, numerousness).
 
“Plurality”.
 
(Hundred and over) is a type of [Three]. [[Plurality]] is like (Hundred and over).
 
“THREE” – I knew it – haha – Joshua Church Boylan lookie
 
(Division into two) is a type of [Two]. [[Three]] is like (Division into two).
 
Ah of course because dividing into two implies 3 (the two separate parts PLUS the action of separation = 3 or a tuple.
 
(Firstness) is a type of [Number]. [[Two]] is like (Firstness).
 
(Discontinuity/interrupted sequence/condition) is a type of [Order/sequence/succession]. [[Number]] is like (Discontinuity/interrupted sequence/condition).
 
“Order/sequence/succession” ok cool.
 
(Unsuitability/inappropriateness) is a type of [Disharmony/incongruity]. [[Order/sequence/succession]] is like (Unsuitability/inappropriateness).
 
ooh surprising yet logical. “Disharmony/incongruity”.
 
(Unconformity) is a type of [Irregularity
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I need to flip this and present it in a way normal folks think. Maybe large font for parent concept and small font for child concept going in a linear direction downwards rather than upwards. Nah I like it like this  
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