14.5 Example of Non-Arbitrary Application Part 1

Most of the time, for example, we say that something “is bigger” than something else only when it is physically bigger. People might look at you funny if you said this chihuahua “is bigger” than the bulldog it is fanning.

A bulldog and a chihuahua demonstrate RFT1405.

arbitrarily applicable ≠ always arbitrarily applied

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