Choose a designed object. Describe it, thickly. Make no explicit value judgments: don’t waste your words saying that it is “beautiful,” “amazing,” “ugly,” etc.

Choose a designed object. Describe it, thickly. Make no explicit value judgments: don’t waste your words saying that it is “beautiful,” “amazing,” “ugly,” etc. However, be aware that the description you choose will necessarily include implicit valuation of the object. For example, to describe a bicycle in terms of its color and geometry is very […]

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