The Theory
The theory asserts necessity at three levels.

(P1) When we use language, we are limited to a finite number of possible types of action with that usage.

(P2a) When we use language, we are usually trying to make contact with the reality of our existence.

(P2b) Both the terms and the predicates we use in language are causally tied to the reality of existence.

(P3) There is always a moral law at work in our use of language.

(C) By logical, natural and moral necessity, our conversations are/can be/should be materially efficient.

Meta Rules

Natural Laws