But you accused me of 'negation' when I stated there was 'no correct picture of reality' meaning that pictures/descriptions could only be evaluated in terms of their contextual utility. "Right"and "wrong" don't apply.
To be clear, that was in a different thread, and as you point out, context is important.
I'm very big on utility myself. And if the 'picture' is detailed and nuanced enough, it works within the context of my existence, which is all I require of it. That makes it 'right' even though I may update it occasionally. A picture that must be totally discarded is a sure sign you didn't have the right one. No shame in that, but we must admit that it was wrong
Now that leaves me open to the charge of being 'utilitarian' and 'principles be damned'. I'd just say that would only be the case if your picture was not accurate or complete. That makes it - not the right picture.