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USING SERIES TO TEST A LINE OF CONSTANT RELATIONS ACROSS SCALES
—“Always love this structure of Aphorism”— A Twitter Friend danqueseq
(referring to use of series to illustrate a concept)
One point – an ideal, or ideal type – tells you nothing. Three points to test a line. More points falsify the line such that it is increasingly free of ignorance, error, bias and deceit.
Hence, demand for definitions in series as a defense against conflation, inflation, and fictionalism.