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Cheater Rule

Synonyms: Rule of cheaters; Rule of parasitism

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> As soon as evolution provides with a surplus production of resources cheaters evolve that feed on these resources. <
> == Rational # Resources a re just fauceirs used ...

Tags: Core theory Rules System


Categories: Fauceir Theory


Decontextualization Rule

The **decontextualization rule of evolution** states that while evolution advances regulatory units are driven apart by accumulation of intercalated processes. <> Decontextualization of classical Darwinian evolution puzzles evolutionary biologists ...

Tags: Decontextualization Evolution Rules


Categories: Fauceir Theory


Mutual Dependence Rule

Synonyms: Rule of mutual influence

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> Mutual visibility entails mutual dependence. <
> == Rational Proof # Visibility depends on fauceirs mutual interaction. # All interacting sides will be affected by that interaction # Conclusively ...

Tags: Rules Theory


Categories: Fauceir Theory Philosophy Physics Psychology


Rule of Disparity

Synonyms: Disparity rule of evolution

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> The rule of disparity states that with the progress of evolution some fauceirs remain at a lower stage of evolution. They not only remain at that stage even ...

Tags: Rules Theory


Categories: Fauceir Theory Philosophy


Fauceir Rules

Every [[../FauceirDefinition|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 ...

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Categories: Fauceir Theory


Size Rule of Evolution

Synonyms: Rule of Growth

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> The size rule of evolution states that a fauceir if not restricted otherwise tends to grow in size. <
> == Proof # Every fauceir is exposed to interactions. ...

Tags: Core theory Rules Theory


Categories: Fauceir Theory


Imprecision

Synonyms: Rule of Imprecision

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> Every interaction among fauceirs entails unwanted side effects. <
> == Conclusions Imprecision is involved in all control processes. Every information exchange involves unintended side effects, collateral damage. It ...

Tags: Imprecision Rules Theory


Categories: Fauceir Theory


Visibility/Invisibility Rule

Synonyms: Rule of blindness; Dark matter rule

== Rule **Invisibility Rule** states that two fauceirs are mutually invisible if and only if they do not share fauceirs that can interact. The 'if and only if' indicates that ...

Tags: Rules Theory


Categories: Fauceir Theory


Recapitulation Rule

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> With element fauceirs replaced on a regular basis the process of maturation of those element recapitulates the evolutionary history of the host fauceir. <
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Categories: Fauceir Theory


Rule of Dwindling Importance

The **rule of dwindling mutual importance with increasing evolutionary distance** states that the greater the evolutionary distance between master and slave fauceirs the more negligible its mutual impact. == Rational ...

Tags: Control Decontextualization Evolution Rules Theory


Categories: Fauceir Theory


Enslavement Rule

Synonyms: Slavery Enforcement Rule;Rule of an Inherent Tendency to Enforce Enslavement

**Rule of an Inherent Tendency to Enforce Enslavement** is a special case of the [[../PropertyInheritanceRule|Property Inheritance Rule]]. <
> The more a fauceir is evolved the more pronounced its tendency ...

Tags: Rules Theory


Categories: Fauceir Theory


Time Limit Rule

Synonyms: Rule of Limited Space of Existence

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> Every fauceir exists for a limited scope of existance. <
> == Rational Proof # Every fauceir consists of an unlimited number of element fauceirs. # Each of these ...

Tags: Core theory Rules Theory


Categories: Fauceir Theory Philosophy


Visibility Rule

Synonyms: Rule of visibility

**Visibility Rule** states that other fauceirs are visible to a certain fauceir if and only if both can interact. And interaction usually requires common sub-fauceirs. Visibility can be described qualitatively ...

Tags: Rules Theory


Categories: Epistemology Fauceir Theory


 
   

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