Sunday, 18 April 2021


I propose there are exclusively something like three conduits to imagining the plausibility of allegations against another that are not known as incontrovertible fact: via projection because you've done it before; via the same because you could imagine yourself doing it or, indirectly because you've been direct witness to it's being done; via indirect projection because you've already witnessed it done by another, or because you've already believed it plausible someone else's done it. 
If you want to test the authenticity of the second part of the third conduit, i.e. the imagined plausibility previously believed plausible, you should exhaust your belief by recursion to conduit one until you resolve the issue with conduit one or two. In other words, authentic plausibility can only come by way of projecting what you know to be true about yourself. Everything else is something else.