Well in the same twitter thread the established priniciples were applied to “fruit” and “berry” delineations. This seems like relevant context. It think there is gesturing going on that this is a veiled disagreement over a more politically relevant delineaation over which there is an anticipation of enemyhood.
I think there is an issue of ontological shift/crisis in that there is are multiple fieldds or takes on the territority and we are trying to use words/concepts that span or apply to both. Because worldviews/conceptualizations have true properties and are not always trivial relabelings there might exist some tension.
As we learned more things about burning we could correct our usage of “plogiston” to refer to oxygen or reducing agents. However plogiston is a kind of clunky way of thinking about burning, it had a bad thing going on so that ship was largely abandoned.
The business of trying to evaluate how “proper” a thing a concept has going on seems tricky. It also does strike me as odd that we would give preferential treatment how children see the world. One could try to argue that it is the most simple but it is also one full of illusions and inaccuracies. “Relevant macroproperties” can give a line that cooking delineations make sense but it can’t priotise whether pedantry, cooking or anatomical lineations are more essential. It is a different thing what would be good for a cook or whether everybody should be a cook.