Recent statements

Mar 24 ""Walking in a direction" is not the same as "a direction"" opposes ""The distance someone walks in one direction can inhibit the distance they walk in an orthogonal direction" opposes "If one thing is inhibited by another, both shouldn't be called "orthogonal" to one another""
Mar 24 "Walking in a direction" is not the same as "a direction"
Mar 23 "When debates happen on different unconnected technologies, the debate becomes fragmented" supports ""Things that are commonly debated and not supported by argument technology will be debated elsewhere" supports "Argument technology should support debating anything that is debatable""
Mar 23 "Things that are commonly debated and not supported by argument technology will be debated elsewhere" supports "Argument technology should support debating anything that is debatable"
Mar 23 "The concept of orthogonality should generalize the concept of a direction being orthogonal to another direction" supports ""The distance someone walks in one direction can inhibit the distance they walk in an orthogonal direction" opposes "If one thing is inhibited by another, both shouldn't be called "orthogonal" to one another""
Mar 23 "X being orthogonal to Y should mean that conceptually changing the value of X doesn’t change the value of Y" supports ""X can have a causal relation with Y, while conceptually changing the value of X doesn’t change the value of Y" supports "The meaning of "X is orthogonal to Y" shouldn't imply X can’t have a causal relation with Y""
Mar 23 "X can have a causal relation with Y, while conceptually changing the value of X doesn’t change the value of Y" supports "The meaning of "X is orthogonal to Y" shouldn't imply X can’t have a causal relation with Y"
Mar 23 X can have a causal relation with Y, while conceptually changing the value of X doesn’t change the value of Y
Mar 23 "The concept of orthogonality should generalize the concept of a direction being orthogonal to another direction" supports "X being orthogonal to Y should mean that conceptually changing the value of X doesn’t change the value of Y"
Mar 23 The concept of orthogonality should generalize the concept of a direction being orthogonal to another direction