—“At what point do you know you have enough data and experience to act?”— Jeff Urizen
When you (a) must act, (b) can pay for the full consequences of failure of your actions (c) can warranty your actions.
In other words… when your knowledge is ‘true enough for the consequences’:
A hierarchy of Truths:
– True enough to imagine a conceptual relationship
– True enough for me to feel good about myself.
– True enough for me to take actions that produce positive results.
– True enough for me to not cause others to react negatively to me.
– True enough to resolve a conflict without subjective opinion among my fellow people with similar values.
– True enough to resolve a conflict without subjective opinion across different peoples with different values.
– True regardless of all opinions or perspectives.
– Tautologically true: in that the two things are equal
TRUE ENOUGH FOR THE CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR