If you want to know what the words "contrast" and "tonality" don't mean, read this piece from Ming. Not only does he redefine the words to mean something quite different from the standard uses, he's not even consistent within the 1500 words of the piece. I give this essay an "F" for muddled thinking and pseudo-intellectual claptrap.
Tonality is a word with a very fuzzy meaning, but I can pretty much guarantee you that it never means "local contrast" or "edge definition" or whatever the hell Ming seems to think it means.
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