Affordance is what the environment offers the individual, what it provides or furnishes.

Gibson [1] compares an affordance with an ecological niche emphasizing the way niches characterize how an animal lives in its environment. The key to understanding affordance is that it is relational and characterizes the suitability of the environment to the observer, and so, depends on their current intentions and their capabilities.

Taking into consideration:

Citizens' itentions (goals) and capabilities show an enormous variety in each of the three orders as such, and as affordances are shaped by the interdependences across the orders.

This variability, and the evolution of the joint affordances will impact the native languages of people, and it will shape the courses of action at the multiple levels in the Social architecture, this is in :

Further reading about affordance: [2]

1. James J. Gibson (1979), The Ecological Approach to Visual Perception, ISBN 0-89859-959-8.
2. Affordance, Wikipedia. Retrieved on November 15, 2020.