Lecturing Exemption Demand Procedure and Policy: 5. Key, Door, Bridge, Ground

In the previous section I presented the elements that distinguish between Procedure and Policy. Accordingly, Procedures (i) wander around rooms, (ii) are based on keys and doors, whereas Policies (i) wander around islands, (ii) are based on bridges and grounds. In this section I’ll tell “what” the said four metaphoric elements (key, door, bridge, ground) are.

5) Key, Door, Bridge, Ground

There are six questions, familiar to journalists, known as 5W1H:

0) Who?
1) What?
2) Why?
3) How?
4) Where?
5) When?

We find the sequence of answers to cover this sequence of questions in the text supposing-to-know. Only the first question must be answered as oneself:

0) Who? Me.
1) What? Natural selection! Elements!
2) Why? Hypothesis! Exceptions!
3) How? Rules! Laws!
4) Where? Choices! Freedoms!
5) When? Entanglement! Addressee! You!

The first two of those answers initiate the two surfaces of the Möbius strip posited by Descartes, and establish their tension:

0) Who? Ego.
1) What? Cogito.

In the following two answers we find the basic elements of Procedure:

2) Why? Key.
3) How? Door.

In the last two answers we find the basic elements of Policy:

4) Where? Bridge.
5) When? Ground.

In this sequence of questions and answers one should especially be careful that there’s a jump from 2 to 5:

Key and Ground distinguishes between Room and Island.

Thus the Key to the Puzzle was given.


Lecturing Exemption Demand Procedure and Policy

0) Introduction

1) Why Demand?

2) Why Not Application?

3) Why Not Reference?

4) The difference between Procedure and Policy

5) Key, Door, Bridge, Ground


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