Object level vs Meta level [Meta level] is a distinction between levels of abstraction, with the object level being directly about the specifics of the issue at hand, […]. It is often useful to move up and down the ladder of abstraction to get points across clearly, with the object level providing firm grounding and concrete examples for a person to grasp, while the meta layer allows them to generalize a new concept to a broad domain.

(Lesswrong n.d.)



Lesswrong. n.d. “Object Level and Meta Level.” Accessed January 12, 2023. https://www.lesswrong.com/tag/object-level-and-meta-level.