0009 The next slot, A2, speaks against identity issues. Since identities are not equal, then the term, “inequality”, fits. Yet, inequality is not the same as different identities, so the contradiction is real, yet confusing. What happens when all identities are equal?
0010 What contrasts with inequality?
Equality, of course.
0011 Here is the completed Marey square for the causes underlying insurrection.
0012 What characterizes the word, “insurrection2a“, as situated by causality2b by modern academics?
Economic causation (A1) is the economist’s focal point.
Identity issues (B1) contrast with economic causation (A1) and lingers slightly below consciousness.
Inequality (A2) stands in contradiction to identity (B1) and complements economic causation (A2). Indeed, many BG(il)L academics conclude that government policies should be designed to reduce economic inequality, in order to remove fuel for insurrection.
Equality (B2) contrasts with inequality (A2), speaks against economic causality (A1) and complements identity-as-cause (B1).