” there must be no definitional contradictions inbuilt into the subconcepts being linked by your categorizations.” would be a significant part of your theory of the category of categories. Turtles all the way down but it’s functional.

” there must be no definitional contradictions inbuilt into the subconcepts being linked by your categorizations.” would be a significant part of your theory of the category of categories.

Turtles all the way down but it’s functional.

You’ll notice we have a distinction of priority in our modelings.

I prioritize pragmatism. You prioritize non-contradiction. Your modeling includes pragmatism as mine includes non-contradiction (implied by its “needs at the time” usage) but our priorities differ.

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For example, up until the point of the “doing” (the event), contradiction can be a part of the potential of a system.

My computer circuit could allow the collision of contradictory values and hang up for example even if it’s outside of specifications.

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What hardens a category?
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