I agree that meeting a person where they are is pretty important. You also seem to spend time with very different people than who I spend time with, and you have a very different reference for “people” and “where they are”. This post probably isn’t going to be too useful to the people you reference in your hypotheticals. It has been very useful for various people I know, so I’m meeting them where they are :)
You mention that it’s useful to have conversations where you try to get on the same page about what you mean when you use certain words (3rd to last paragraph of your comment). I think that’s frequently super important and often useful to do. I’m assuming you’re mentioning it because you see my post as saying this doesn’t matter and shouldn’t be done. If you can point out what part seemed to be arguing that, I can see if I agree that my wording was ambiguous and/or poorly phrased. Currently I still don’t think the content of my post argues or implies or sets the philosophical underpinnings for the claims you say it does. So we probably won’t get out of this unless we dive into specifics.