Spira’s Law of Indistinction – Extended Version
Extrapolated from Robert Benchley’s Law of Distinction:
When it comes to a statement that is framed with the idea of, “there are two kinds of people,” there are two kinds of potential readers of that statement:
- those readers who delve into and enjoy the distinctions of the duality being addressed by the statement; or
- those readers who fixate on the fact that these sorts of statements aren’t precisely correct, and that there are shades of gray in between…
- ..or other exceptions altogether, that may have nothing to do with the spectrum suggested by what might be a false dichotomy.
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