May 5, 2020, 9:23 PM
“Disambiguation, Operationalization, Serialization,”
What the heck does that mean?
- serialize: to arrange (something) in a series.
series: a number of things, events, or people of a similar kind or related nature coming one after another.
From “Disambiguation by serialization by constant relation, and operationalization.”
The constant relation (falsehood, epistemology, morality)
The serialization: ignorance > error > bias > wishful thinking…
Where operationalization means converting into a series of subjectively testable human actions thereby producing measurements given the marginal indifference in human action.
So where |falsehood| is a monodirectional series, |epistemology| is monodirectional loop, and |MORAL| is bidirectional from the center ‘amoral’.
This process requires we collect all synonyms and antonyms, organize them by some constant relation into a series of less or more of that constant relation.
All words (nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs) are constructed of dimensions (scales, series of measurements), open to sense, perception, emotion, or action.
In most cases the human sense perception spectrum appears to produce no more than five degrees of difference for any measurement, such as “distant past, past, recent past, now.” And there are a number of reasons for this – which is why you can only visualize so many of the same things, remember so many numbers or terms, or discern so many directions etc.
In general terms our universe is triangular bias left, forward, bias right, which is our direction of motion. This is also the minimum and maximum necessary decision criteria.
If I go deeper it will get too complicated.
So, by disambiguation by inventorying, operationalizing, serializing into sequences we create unambiguous measurements for language that prohibit conflation and ambiguity and therefore errors of inference and deduction, effectively turning language – especially language like english with so many terms – into a system of measurement.
By combining this technique of very specific terms (measurements), using operational language that is testable, in promissory form (I Promise that…), absent verb-to-be (meaning “I dunno the condition of existence”) in complete sentences, of complete transactions of changes in state, we convert language to a via-negativa equivalent of a via-positiva programming language with the same test of possibility (compilability) since the ability to compile is a test of disambiguity (yes that’s the secret sauce).
By using supply demand tests of statements rather than ideals we end up with the formal economics of human behavior.
For example, decidablity = demand for infallibility in the context in question.