Great day, started at Headshift, and getting to grips with Confluence and Jira. But let me digress, I also got to thinking about taxonomies, for which Wikipedia nicely makes the link to folk taxonmies as well as scientific varities – and the notion there are ‘fauxonomies’:

“Some have argued that the human mind naturally organizes its knowledge of the world into such systems. This view is often based on the epistemology of Immanuel Kant. Anthropologists have observed that taxonomies are generally embedded in local cultural and social systems, and serve various social functions. Perhaps the most well-known and influential study of folk taxonomies is Digging a deep hole

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