It is absolutely critical, crucial, compulsory, mandated, obligatory and essential to disambiguate wherever and whenever possible. Putting a perimeter around the parameter of an opinion, perception or plan helps to place boundaries around leaky argumentation, minimising confusion whilst augmenting veracity.

Here’s not so much a Dad joke as a pop quiz. In my hypothetical and simultaneously theoretical¬†Double-talk Dictionary, does disambiguation mean:

  1. clarification
  2. classification
  3. cloudiness
  4. categorisation
  5. none of the above
  6. all of the above
  7. some of the above.

 

Answer:

8. Disambiguation is conjoint and co-equal systematisation, using converging and diverging parallel lines.

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