This context _becomes_ the very single context with which all others are to be viewed from.

I like what you said but there is an issue:

“No constant something”
“No constant definition”

Those are constant somethings and definitions.

This context _becomes_ the very single context with which all others are to be viewed from.

That doesn’t make it wrong or right – just an easy trap to fall into; that of saying, “all is relative”, except for “all is relative”, which is a fixed certainty.

But outside of that, I like how you think.

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