The question of describing models of vernacular thinking without including conditions (entities, premises, beliefs) unnecessary for understanding within the interpretation has been addressed in the field of folkloristics for a long time, with various punctuations. At times, the so-called extended simplicity principle has been applied to the vernacular worldview, according to which the interpretative construction with the lowest number of interchangeable elements is probably the most correct. Ethnologists and folklorists have been able, and even tended to, imagine themselves as intellectually a few steps ahead of the human objects of their research, which has resulted in variously simplified interpretations of folk culture.