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If you disagree on using a term to express something, you will be hesitant to publicly opine on a claim using it as such
Disagreeing with definitions used in a claim is orthogonal to disagreeing with the claim?
posted Mar 22, 2022
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"Disagreeing with a definition" can mean "to disagree on using a term to mean something"
If one thing is inhibited by another, both shouldn't be called "orthogonal" to one another
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No, because ...
You can be hesitant to publicly opine on something, while not being hesitant to opine about it
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