Which further proves my point. If SRP is used instead of SoC then they are different concepts otherwise nothing would have needed to be replaced and we’d still be using SoC.
By your own definition they are different, have different meanings and are applied in different ways.
SRP took care of that by combining those three terms into a single principle.
And if SoC and SRP were the same, this would not have been necessary in the first place because we’d already be using SRP, just calling it SoC.
Tony Marston: “I combined a banana an apple and a pear. Some people call it a fruit salad but I call it a banana”
Honestly tony the logic here is ridiculous: Combine 3 things together and it’s identical to one of the original things. This is some sort of homeopathic programming (and we all know how well that works)