I would say you think too much with too little information, TMingyur, ending up losing yourself. You seem overly concerned (not to say paranoid because I don't want you to take me the wrong way) about ordinary language. Is it fear of contradicting yourself, what? Fear that because of your words you are inducing wrong view? I fail to see your insistence in the same subject.
You don't need to use all those "", really. We all know language is always relative. Couldn't be other way. Same goes to any concept or the idea of not having any.
When we meditate, all those concepts you keep talking about, those "correlates" and what not don't matter a flying f*. Only when one is clarifying doubts, studying, contemplating and when one is acting, is one bound to use concepts, ideas, representations, approximations, discrimination, all that relative stuff that allows unenlightened to function in daily life. One functions with concepts, but isn't lost by concepts. Otherwise we will look stupid or mentally challenged. Once practice starts, all that goes through the window without one needing to be reminded about it constantly. In the end, theory guides practice so that when we face an obstacle we recognize it and overcome it. Theory is not for intellectual amusement. It's sole end is guiding practice (e.g. providing a rationale for not taking some subtle meditative experiences as being enlightenment). Intellectual masturbation is a hindrance like any other. There's enough theory to guide one's practice laid down by true experts. What there is is a shortage of practice, not theory.
Don't take me the wrong way. Writing so bluntly doesn't mean I hate you or even dislike you. You at least think about Dharma, and that's great. So none of that. It's just that I think your freedom is as important as anyone else's and you are imposing. If you stick to your opinions not revising them, in spite what others keep saying, then what's the point of these debates? If you feel you got it and we didn't, and we still don't agree not mattering the number of posts you write, tough break for us. Our loss. Just move on.
If such behavior was limited to threads you started, perhaps in the creative writing sub-forum, we could skip them without problem. The problem lies in all of those threads you relentlessly hijack. It's boring and leads us nowhere. Besides you risk misleading newcomers who aren't to blame of your own confusion. This is an internet board and there's only so much that can be explained here. Think this way, if what you have to say is so subtle, so deep that not even our best members get it, maybe there's no point in doing it...
If I were you I would stop the drama, hit the cushion and shut up. It's good for you and good for the rest of us who have to put up with your constant nonsensical interruptions. Sincerely I wish you the best. Perhaps you should take a break and see a real teacher, spend some time with him, doing real practice, you know?
It would be much better for you.
So as you've announced, move on already. Please! Best of luck!