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Deveno suppose we have a category: OR (for outrageous fortune). we shall define the objects of this category to be "slings", as a certain primitive undefined concept. suppose further than we have a partial order defined on any sling, ≤, which we shall call "nobility". now, if we have two slings, designated by M (mind) and S (suffer), we might well ask if the partial order on slings induces a partial order on the morphisms, that is, given two morphisms f,g:M-->S if it makes sense to ask
if f ≤ g, or:
whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer, the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.