Diagnosing requires extreme learning capacity


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Diagnosing implies systematically facing uncertainty. Diagnosing requires being able to deal with reality based on the knowledge experts have and their will to open their boundaries if reality does not correspond to the categories they have in mind.

Fallacies are the natural response when this capacity does not suffice.  That is why unicist diagnostic, that includes the diagnosis of the unicist ontological fundamentals, requires an extreme level of learning capacity.

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