Fragments from imaginary dialogues
“The Buddhist virtue of Loving Kindness is interesting because it combines what might be thought of as two distinct values into one.
This is an instance of concept-stacking [<link; short read]. Or, to use a different model, integrating two concepts into one.“
“What if you integrated the two central values of your life – Love and Play – into one?“
“What a beautiful idea.
It expresses both my love of Play, and both values together as a monad, a twin value.“
“You can also express it in reverse: