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Redefining Science as the Social Extension of Human Nature
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"Redefining Science as the Social Extension of Human Nature"

A new intellectual position derived from the proposition that we can only interact with perceptual fields.

For any theory of psychology to be a valid general theory it must account for all human outputs. Nothing can be exempt. This means for example, the theory must reach across all social science, since all of social science is created by people. It must account for why quantum physics is as it is. It must tell us what does and does not exist, therefore if time exists and if it does not, then how and why it does not. It must account for why we are as we are, why we evolved, and why we are dominant

This paper reinforces the founding intellectual position correct, the subsequent analysis correct, as is the methodological redesign of science, and definition of human nature and consequences so derived. Introduces original ethical definition of a scientist, and shows how to refute the analysis requires refutation of reasoning steps, not merely that the conclusions do not fit with pre-existing thinking.  

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