0070 The three nested forms of family resemblances constitute a nested form.
0071 A nested form?
An interscope is a nested form composed of nested forms.
The three-level interscope is introduced in A Primer on Sensible and Social Construction.
A perspective level (M1-M4) brings a situation level (M6-M8) into relation with the potential of a content level (M5, M9-M10).
0072 Why is this interscope important?
According to Comments on Robert Berwick and Noam Chomsky’s Book (2016) Why Only Us?, the three-level interscope is a way to picture langue between conversational partners.
According to Ferdinand de Saussure, spoken language consists in two arbitrarily related systems of differences, parole(speech) and langue (what goes on in our minds when we talk).
When two people are in conversation, the discourse tends to fill in the empty-slots of a three-level interscope. Here, Craig reports on the conversations of folklorists, language specialists, anthropologists and theologians, who agree that myths share ten family resemblances.
0073 Neither Craig nor those who he reports on know that these ten items associate to the nine empty-slots of a three-level interscope.
When a three-level interscope is fully manifest, as it is here, an inquirer gains satisfaction.
We can have an enriching conversation about myth if we cover all the elements in the interscope pictured above.