Keep concepts stable

When discussing a potentially difficult topic, it can be easy to have an idea be a poorly defined pointer to Concept-space. This is inevitable, and why we Use intentionally ambiguous naming to avoid restricting growing or uncertain ideas, for example.

However, even if there is ambiguity or uncertainty in a given section of Concept-space, we should still seek to keep that Words are pointers to concept-space stable. This allows us to avoid the Fallacy of compression.