Extending concepts can lead to compenetration, but something as simple as enumerating through all the existing extensions can give you the list of problems with your extension in most cases. But like all tools even Enumeration has flaws.
Enumeration can eliminate the issue of compenetration
Correpondence and identity are theories, not truth
Scenario 1: Truth Exists. Eg: A rock is true. Not that "a rock exists" is true but that "a rock" is true. The above person holds the id...
Enumeration has flaws
Doesn't tell about the non-existent Doesn't tell about the possibility of a unified whole Doesn't allow for premature extension ...