<<<Similarly, the action of an individual which develops from "neural complexes" suggests the eating of a banana rather than the theoretical eating of a poisonous berry; while (on the other hand), the generalization "individual", if approached from the perspective of what is first a group of similar "human" objects and only subsequently specified to be true, suggests an equal probability of eating poison berries and bananas (pending objective proof that bananas are general cases and poison berries the specific exception. Such "proof" would be obtained ONLY through the death of the individual understanding reality such. Some proof!).>>>
No, that's why you must learn to hold the berry on your tounge--and make the more subtle distinctions--if you want to enjoy the juice of the yummy non-poisonious berries as well. Sticking to just bananas may be safe, you see, but you'll never ever enjoy a really good berry pie that way!