14.9 Example of Non-Arbitrary Application Part 5

…providing a context in which the child is likely to respond to these combinatorially entailed relations of equivalence between being bigger and terms like more popular.

A bulldog and a dog with the same bigger size.

arbitrarily applicable ≠ always arbitrarily applied

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