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In mathematical Category Theory the "Yoneda Lemma", according to some popularizations anyway, says that all things are entirely defined by their interconnections with other things. *(OK, it's talking about ideal algebraic-geometric-topological structures on a platonic plane, but hey, it's a meta-metaphor!)*

Thus Nouns don't count; Verbs do. All that * is* follows from the patterns of linkages among things. People too, from the lifetime perspective, are entirely defined by their

And "What's in a name?" Shakespeare was right: **nothing!**

*(cf Roses by Other Names (2004-02-01), Liberal Education (2005-11-02), Greatest Inventions (2011-06-09), Core Buddhism (2011-10-17), Category Theory Concepts (2016-04-25), If You Need a Theorem (2018-11-08), ...)* - * ^z* - 2019-11-22