Good|Bad Near|Far Lies
Medaciology of Oppositions
Human Natural language, and thereby the neocortical brain, can express and understand things good and bad. In fact, like many languages distinguish masculine and feminine, oppositions can predicate anything because the neocortical brain learns what is true and false, it learns what is good, and what is bad in its amazing memory for experienced episodes.
In linguistics, “good” is unmarked, and its bad alternative “bad” is marked. Most people if asked will agree which is good or bad, grass or weeds?