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Not necessarily. A superior position may develop,
or a control may emerge from the engagement of
multiple forces which directs their transactions.
Therefore, in a given transaction, a rule may
dominate based on the transaction type.
In one philosophy, that is the role
of Dharma. It is not superior, but it becomes
a means to choose the choice of choices. The
problem of a cleint/server model is to make
a topology primary when in effect, as Shirkey
notes, one only really needs to know who is requesting
what from whom, so peer to peer emerges.
I think the outcome of that is that either
syntax or the infoSet can be the means of
correction, but working out rules for that
is up to the programmer. XML Doesn't Care.
From: W. E. Perry [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
We cannot grant primacy to both light and darkness because one must have the
superior position to correct the other.