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What i look for in others, is explanations of incentives, and measurements of thefts or reciprocity, which apply universally across all sentient beings.

What people intuit, and I consider a primitivism, is measurement by intuition that varies between individuals, groups, classes, norms, traditions, and laws.

This is the difference between primitive animal intuitions, primitive beliefs, primitive norms, traditions, laws – all of which are incommensurable, and the simple truth and falsehood that is ascertainable by imposition of costs or voluntary exchange producing reciprocal rewards.

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