This got me to thinking how much Conceptualizing is close to Manner of Thinking. I might put it this way: conceiving of the world as a) as battle or b) a place of love or c) a world of discovery will lead to a) aggressive thinking or b) searching for love or living in love, hopeful thinking or c) exploratory thinking.
and there’s a problem if you’re doing hopeful thinking .e.g during a battle, because the manner of thinking and the conceptualization don’t match.
also problems of inequity if the conceptualization cuts out a part of the world, and creates an injustice. E.g., the world was created for the descendants of White Europeans.