The Importance of (Studying, etc.) Paths 
To Ideonomy and In General

  1. Different paths may have identical origins
  2. May aid the construction of artificial paths.
  3. May disclose the peculiarities of phenomena.
  4. May enable paths to be more [efficient or direct].
  5. May help distinguish one path from another.
  6. May help quantify phenomena.
  7. May lead to classification of different types of paths.
  8. May lead to the discovery of deep analogies between different paths.
  9. May lead to the discovery of new types of paths.
  10. May reveal stages in the [development of a phenomenon or evolution of a system.]
  11. May reveal [sub-paths embedded in paths or, Superpaths known paths are embedded in].
  12. May show how different paths [interact or get tangled in one another].
  13. May suggest the details of occurrences.
  14. Path structure suggests path mechanism.
  15. Paths can [distinguish between, or even define,] different laws.
  16. Paths can enable [stability, feedback, uniformity, or progress].
  17. Paths lead [to goals and to new <phenomena and possibilities>]
  18. Paths may be the only proof we [have or can have] of the existence of phenomena.
  19. Paths may indicate whether phenomena are [random or deterministic].
  20. Paths may record history.
  21. Paths may represent [habits and future <exact or average> recurrences].
  22. Paths may represent the backbone of a phenomenon.
  23. Paths may simplify descriptions.
  24. Paths often [link nodes and represent<relationships and structure>].
  25. Paths traced forward in time may reveal the future's [probable and alternative] branches.
  26. [Perceived or known) paths often leave unacceptable -gaps.
  27. Retracing paths may lead to the discovery of [different branches of the same path of to other paths].
  28. Single paths often have a multitude of uses.