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What is 'border-line lability'?
FWIW, I think it's Important to
ascertain the route-to-'knowing',
whenever this or that is asserted
as being "known".
So I don't see how asking, with
respect to such, could be considered
to 'be' something "untoward".
Rather, anything that negatively-
sanctions" the generalized quest
to "know" is "untoward", no?
In terms of my recent discussions
of "Plantness", the former seeks to
ascertain "where the roots should
be", while the latter "tells the roots
not to 'move'".
'moving' "roots", in accord with
evidence-experienced is a Necessity
of Functional Cognition.
Were you just "fishing"?