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Part IV. Evolution:

Relations and characters in 20th-century science

 

 17.    THEORY OF CHARACTERS [pdf]  

 17.1       What is a character?

 17.2      Six natural relation frames

 17.3       Types of characters

 17.4       Interlacement of characters

 

 18.   SETS [pdf]

 18.1       Sets and natural numbers

 18.2       Extension of the quantitative relation frame

 18.3       Groups as characters

 18.4       Ensemble and probability

 

 19.   SYMMETRY  [pdf]

19.1 Spatial magnitudes and vectors

19.2. Character, transformation and symmetry of spatial figures

19.3. Non-Euclidean space-time in the theory of relativity

 

20. PERIODIC MOTION  [pdf]

20.1. Motion as a relation frameThe character of oscillations and waves

20.2. A wave packet as an aggregate

20.3. Symmetric and antisymmetric wave functions

 

 21.    PHYSICAL CHARACTERS [pdf]

21.1. The unification of physical interactions

21.2. The character of electrons

21.3. The quantum ladder

21.4. Individualized currents

21.5. Aggregates

21.6. Coming into being, change and decay

 

 22.   BIOTIC CHARACTERS [pdf]

22.1. The biotic relation frame

22.2. The organization of biochemical processes

22.3. The character of biotic processes

22.4. The secondary characteristic of organisms

22.5. Populations

22.6. The gene pool

22.7. Does a species correspond with a character?

 

23. INVENTORY OF BEHAVIOUR CHARACTERS [pdf]

23.1. The primary characteristic of animals

23.2. Secondary characteristics of animals

23.3. Control processes

23.4. Controlled processes

23.5. Goal-directed behaviour

23.6. The position of mankind in the cosmos

 

 

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