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Comment author: [deleted] 04 July 2018 03:51:24PM 1 point [-]

Or add a tl;dr

Comment author: remmelt  (EA Profile) 04 July 2018 08:33:05PM *  1 point [-]

Hmm, I personally value say five people deeply understanding the model to be able to explore and criticise it over say a hundred people skimming through a tl;dr. This is why I didn’t write one (besides it being hard to summarise anything more than ‘construal levels matter – you should consider them in the interactions you have with others’, which I basically do in the first two paragraphs). I might be wrong of course because you’re the second person who suggested this.

This post might seem deceptively obvious. However, I put a lot of thinking into both refining categories and the connections between them and explaining them in a way that hopefully enables someone to master them intuitively if they take the time to actively engage with the text and diagrams. I probably did make a mistake by outlining both the model and its implications in the same post because it makes it unclear what it’s about and causes discussions here in the comment section to be more diffuse (Owen Cotton-Barratt mentioned this to me).

If someone prefers to not read the entire post, that’s fine. :-)

Comment author: ZeitPolizei 12 July 2018 06:22:26PM 1 point [-]

For me tl;dr is mainly useful for two things: * to let me evaluate whether I think the post is interesting enough, or contains enough new information for me to be worth reading * to jog my memory when I come back to a post a while after I have read it, and am no longer sure what it is about/what its main points are