Getting useful answers depends on asking good questions, and foundationality is a key criterion in determining whether a question is “good.” A question is more foundational when its answer affects more other questions. This is why breakthroughs are more likely when we spend the time and effort to figure out how to articulate a question in a way that is more foundational.

foundationality is very similar to 'eigen vector' thinking and in the real world problem solving both could answer 70 to 80 plus percentage of the answer while the remaining answer requires little less foundationsal iterative questions to get to near 100 percent answer

I’m from a mirror dimension where I’m writing the anti-blog to yours, where we both touch on the same things, but I’m using opposite words and concepts. :)

foundationality is very similar to 'eigen vector' thinking and in the real world problem solving both could answer 70 to 80 plus percentage of the answer while the remaining answer requires little less foundationsal iterative questions to get to near 100 percent answer

Questions : Foundationality :: Answers : Elegance ? (Elegance as in https://stefanlesser.substack.com/i/85697655/elegance-multi-aptness)

I’m from a mirror dimension where I’m writing the anti-blog to yours, where we both touch on the same things, but I’m using opposite words and concepts. :)