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Recapitulation Rule

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Adaptability Rule

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Property/Behavior Rule

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Proof

This rule follows from visibility rule.

Moral

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The purpose of moral rules is (1) to prevent egoistic behavior that may be useful for an individual but harmful for the group as a whole, and (2) to promote behavior that is useful for the group but may be harmful for the individual.

Morality

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The moral rules differ among societies, but the application of morality at a certain stage of social evolution is inevitable.

Fauceir Rules

Every fauceir follows a set of logical rules.

Rules can be distinguished in empirical rules and logical rules. In an ideal case rules are logical and empirically supported. Empirical rules are mere observations that still wait for a plausible logical explanation.

The most prominent logical rules are as follows:

  1. Time Limit Rule
  2. Invisibility Rule
  3. Visibility Rule
  4. Rule Of Dwindling Importance
  5. Insulation Rule of Evolution
  6. Imprecision
  7. Rule of Growth
  8. Rule of Disparity
  9. Mutual Dependence Rule
  10. Delegation Rule
  11. Decontextualization Rule of Evolution
  12. Cheater Rule
  13. Property/Behavior Rule
  14. Rule of an Inherent Tendency to Enforce Enslavement
  15. Recapitulation Rule

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Fauceir Life Cycle

According to the rule, fauceirs have a limited life span.

The life cycle of a fauceir consists of the following stages:

  1. creation
  2. progression
  3. adaptation
  4. rudimentation
  5. dissolution

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Fauceir Theory

Fauceir Theory is a materialistic philosophical theory in which all entities are atomized into abstract units, fauceirs. This approach is particularly useful when modelling evolution in all spheres of nature, but as evolutionary processes occur throughout our universe, fauceir theory may be useful in all fields of science.

The purpose of each theory in science is to avoid impasses due to misconception and logical fallacies. The purpose of Fauceir Theory mainly consists in avoiding the sister fallacies of composition and division. The Fauceir Theory's epistemological vocation is to remind that with each observable entity in nature the behavior can be described by its composition of enslaved element faucers and evolution can be explained by its environment. (It even allows predictions about invisible entities.)

As Fauceir Theory systematizes all an everything without exception, Fauceir Theory itself gets pigeonholed. It is a fauceir of thought. Human and maybe soon artificial thinking is the container that hosts and regulates Fauceir Theory's evolution. Its elements are theories specific to special fields of science. The most prominent among them at the moment is Fauceir Evolutionary Theory.

 
   

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