I'm no mathematician but I think you got the translation wrong (much as
I like it!). c(squared) would mean that "c" is the same value in each
version. Whereas, you've assigned "c" two different values in the
second equation and simply multiplied them, not multiplied the same
value by itself. The variables "context" and "content" could have
different values, and, by the gist of your suggestion, probably would.
Still, the whimsy in your answer struck a chord here. I think I'll use
this as an excuse to write an old friend who IS a mathematician and ask
for a suggested transmutation of the original. ;-)
If toast always lands butter-side-down, and a cats always land on their
feet, what would happen if you strapped a piece of toast on the back of
a cat & dropped it?