The significance between a map and what is being mapped might be shown through the example of a road map. This map isn't the only kind of map of a region; there are other, more detailed maps, maps of different sorts, etc. One map doesn't 'replace' the other: there is the possibility of a multiplicity of projection systems being utilized. The conclusion is that the relation between a map and the territory being mapped is not a deductive one.

-> Mapping 225, 229, 231; Mapping analogy 234; Projection systems 296, 297, 298;

& Alternatives 1; Mapping 232;

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