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Abstraction

Abstraction is method and result of a cognitive action that results in a new entity with a reduced number of properties to describe a real existing object. An abstraction itself ...

Tags: Information Learning Linguistic Theory


Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Average Association

Synonyms: Kaninchenzüchterverein

In German language there exists a term 'Kaninchenzüchterverein' that literally means an association of rabbit breeders, but in philosophical and political context this term is used as reference to an ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Control Psychology Sociology


Categories: Philosophy Psychology Sociology


Blindness

Synonyms: Inertness; Emotionlesness

Definition Blindness describes the condition of a fauceir that cannot communicate or being disturbed by an other fauceir. Rational
  • Blindness is an essential element of each fauceir. If it were ...

Tags: Theory


Categories: Philosophy Systems Theory


Fauceir evolution theory

Fauceir evolution theory describes mechanisms of evolution from fauceir perspective. The abstract mechanisms are applicable to all levels of evolution. Biological evolution as studied by Darwinism and it varieties is ...

Tags: Core theory Theory


Categories: Philosophy Systems Theory


Darwinian control

Synonyms: Selectional control; Evolutionary control

Darwinian control is a special case of fauceir control characterized by statistically defined outcome and an also statistical feedback that is carried out by inheritance. Darwinian control takes place mostly ...

Tags: Control Core theory Evolution Theory


Categories: Evolutionary Biology Philosophy


Deductive reasoning

Synonyms: Deduction

Deductive reasoning is arriving at a specific statement by logical conclusions from a more general statement. If the logic is not fallacious the conclusion is necessarily always true. The problem ...

Tags: Learning System Theory


Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Demarcation problem

Demarcation problem is an epistemological problem it exists as such since the time when rational thinking began. It is the problem to distinguish between science and pseudoscience, rational and irrational ...

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Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Dependence rule

Synonyms: Rule of mutual influence

The Dependence rule is a special case and antonym to the rule of visibility. It states that there is no independent observer. A fauceir can be observer ie. is visible ...

Tags: Rules Theory


Categories: Philosophy Physics Psychology Systems Theory


Rule of Disparity

Synonyms: Disparity rule of evolution

Rule 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 new ...

Tags: Rules Theory


Categories: Philosophy Systems Theory


Epistemology

Synonyms: Accumulation of Knowledge, Development of understanding

Epistemology is a branch of philosophy that studies how knowledge is accumulated. The accumulation of knowledge is explained as a fauceir evolution process, what a surprise :-). Fist we consider some ...

Tags: Cognitive function Decontextualization Imprecision Information Learning Psychology


Categories: Philosophy Psychology


Evolution Definition

Evolution is an automatic process in nature that improves adaptability and concomitantly leads to increasing complexity. This definition significantly differs from the one presently used in evolutionary biology, which is ...

Tags: Core theory Evolution Theory


Categories: Evolutionary Biology Philosophy


Evolution Fauceir

The term Evolution has undergone an evolution itself. From a term that describes speciation, natural selection, and adaptation, evolution diverged into a term dscribing a mere genetic variation overtime to ...

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Categories: Evolutionary Biology Philosophy Systems Theory


Fauceir inheritance

Synonyms: Inheritance

The concept of fauceir inheritance is different from heritage.
Inheritance is a fauceir whose slave fauceirs push the development of a fauceir in a defined direction. The direction is defined ...

Tags: Theory


Categories: Evolutionary Biology Philosophy Sociology


Nihilism and Fauceir Theory

There is a philosophical tenet around that not only strictly denies teleology but even denies all kinds of meaning in nature an thinking. That's nihilism. Some authors claim Darwin ...

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Categories: Philosophy


Main claims of Fauceir Theory

The main claims of fauceir theory
  1. Every existing object can be interpreted as a fauceir.
  2. Every fauceir can be interpreted as a container of an infinite number of fauceirs elements ...

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Categories: Philosophy


Filter

A filter is a subclass of a model that intentionally and not accidentally, blinds out some aspects of the reality. Filters are models designed to reduce complexity and to make ...

Tags: Ideology Imprecision Information Learning Theory


Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Generalization

Generalization is method and result of a cognitive process that creates an epistemological fauceir that succinctly describes all possible states of a set of entities. Examples Often generalizations are used ...

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Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Herbert Spencer


Herbert Spencer (27/04/1820-08/12/1903) developed a theory of social evolution. His theory includes a definition of progress, and embraces the whole natural world beginning with the origination ...

Tags: Personage Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology


Independent evolution research

Marx' discovery that being determines consciousness holds true for evolutionary theory too. His famous quote is found here (Karl Marx/Friedrich Engels - Werke, (Karl) Dietz Verlag, Berlin. Band 13, 7 ...

Tags: Evolution Theory


Categories: Philosophy


Independent researchers into evolution

Our thinking is limited by ideology. Ideology is made to subconsciously influence ideas. That, of course, holds true for whole frameworks of ideas, theories. Evolutionary theory makes no exception. Since ...

Tags: Evolution Ideology System Theory


Categories: Philosophy Psychology Sociology


Inductive reasoning

Synonyms: Induction

Inductive reasoning is drawing conclusions from a limited number of examples or experiences. Inductive reasoning is related to
  • generalization, the development o rules based on observations, and
  • analogy, expecting the ...

Tags: Ideology


Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Insulation Rule of Evolution

Synonyms: Rule of Progressive Blinding; Rule of Progressive Inertness

Rule The process of evolutionary progress is characterized by an increased level of insulation. Rational Proof
  1. Each fauceir consists of an infinite number of element fauceirs.
  2. Each of these element ...

Tags: Evolution Rules Theory


Categories: Philosophy Systems Theory


Levtence

Synonyms: Levtent, levtently

Levtent is an adjective that describes a fauceir that is reluctant to evolve and rather evades all control mechanisms that would force it to improve adaption. Levtent fauceirs are rather ...

Tags: Behavior Cognitive function Evolution Linguistic


Categories: Philosophy


Malthus Paradox

Thomas Robert Malthus in his Essay on the Principle of Population stated that populations growth will lead to famine and populations will decline[1]. Some scientists even predict a next ...

Tags: Anthropology Paradox Society Sociology Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology


Meme

Memes constitute special class of social fauceirs that evolved predominantly to control either human individuals or groups of individuals. Though communication in social compounds is a prerequisite of the evolution ...

Tags: Meme Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology Systems Theory


Model

Synonyms: Scientific Model

A model is a representation of the objectively existing reality. By that token, a model is not the reality itself but only a mirror image. That definition of a model ...

Tags: Imprecision Learning Theory


Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Myth

A myth is an ideological construct that falsely mirrors real conditions, but is fervently defended by all that profits from it. Action Most often a myth acts subconsciously on a ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Ideology Myth


Categories: Philosophy


Niche Construction

Niche Construction is an evolutionary process by which for a limited space and time an insulated evolutionary process exists.
Discussion This definition can only be understood under the assumption that ...

Tags: Evolution Theory


Categories: Philosophy Systems Theory


Philosophical reductionism and fauceir theory

The genus–differentia definition offered by many dictionaries characterizes reductionism as a philosophical position that asserts that complex structures and functions can simply be described by the properties and laws ...

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Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Society's life cycle

Synonyms: Life cycle society

As all fauceirs have a limited life span, this is true for societies a subset of social fauceirs too, of course. The life span of societies may vary from a ...

Tags: Anthropology Society Sociology Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology


Surrogate parameter

Synonyms: Proxy parameter

The term surrogate parameter is common in medical literature while proxy parameter or simply proxy is often used in social science. Both terms mean virtually the same. An easily measurable ...

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Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Term System

As Fauceir is the term that covers system and information we may define system by a genus–differentia definition: System is a fauceir in which system properties significantly dominate so ...

Tags: Information System Theory


Categories: Philosophy


Theory

Synonyms: Scientific theory

A scientific theory is a specific subset of a scientific model. A theory consist of a framework of causally interrelated rational claims that can be described by secondary models, mathematically ...

Tags: Imprecision Information Learning Theory


Categories: Epistemology Philosophy


Time Limit Rule

Synonyms: Rule of Limited Space of Existence

Every fauceir exists for a limited space and time.
Rational Proof
  1. Every fauceir consists of an unlimited number of element fauceirs.
  2. Each of these elements has an unlimited possibility to ...

Tags: Core theory Rules Theory


Categories: Philosophy Systems Theory


Universe

Universe serves as root of our cladogram of fauceirs. Our universe is the largest container that holds all the fauceirs we know so far. We don't know about fauceirs ...

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Categories: Philosophy


Unlimited Creation Rule

At any given space of time an unlimited number of fauceirs is created and destroyed.
Rational Proof
  1. The universe contains an unlimited number of fauceirs.
  2. Each fauceir contains an unlimited ...

Tags: Core theory Rules Theory


Categories: Philosophy Systems Theory


Violence

Violence describes a fauceir control that causes unpleasant feelings in an individual. It is subjective as the same type of control might be felt differently in various environment or by ...

Tags: Anthropology Ideology Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology


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: Philosophy Systems Theory


War as a social fauceir

This is actually a comment on comments made on this web page. Probably it is a good idea to read this page first although I quoted the most interesting points ...

Tags: Control Information Psychology Society System Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology Systems Theory


Why fauceirs not memes?

Meme is an evolutionary unit devised by Richard Dawkins to explain social evolution in a fashion similar to genes[1]. When I first learned about memes, the fauceir concept was ...

Tags: Adaptation Anthropology Core theory Genetics Ideology Religion Selection Sociology System Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology


 
   

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