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Theoretical Social Science.

Theoretical physics is a respected discipline, yet theoretical social science is yet to emerge as a discipline at all. I believe is to be possible, but to do so necessitates answering most if not all the questions posed in on this site.

One of the strengths of physics is it has an accepted tool for leading the conceptualisation process, namely mathematics. What are the tools in theoretical social science? I suggest there are no established tools. The process adopted here is to resolve detailed issues in relation to the nature and structure of knowledge, then apply that understanding to resolve questions on the understanding of our nature as conscious beings. In this process there are created tools and techniques for theory creation, and I will show and explore how these can form the base of theoretical social science.

 

 


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