“Either my curtains are red, or they are blue.” Would be a false dilemma that doesn’t fit any category. You can make a false dilemma out of any pair of non mutually exclusive predicates, there is no need for them to refer to values or actions.
This is good, thanks! I want to get this right though, so the general form would be:
X is only compatible with Y
And your example is “My curtain is only compatible with being red or blue”. Which could generalize to “This object is only compatible with these properties”.
Would this work as a 5/6th category? I think it’s useful to have categories, but it might be better to just give the above general form, and then give possible general categories (like actions, values, properties, etc.) Thoughts?