When substantial controversy exists about how to define a term, good epistemic policy is for both sides to adopt new, more specific terms whose definitions are not further disputed. To whatever extent possible, definitions should not be phrased in a way that tries to pre-emptively settle an argument or ‘bake in’ one answer to a factual or policy disagreement. See A Human’s Guide to Words.
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