## A general schema for natural systems (nature considered as a function of types of selectivity and of modes of selection.) |

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agnosticism amorphous analysis approximation apriori called characters Christoffel symbols class of observers classical mechanics cognitive context conceptual pattern conceptuo-sensuous concrete constant constituents coordinate sphere correlation defined definite elements energy equation equa example exhibit experimental control experimental sequence expressed field or fields finite follows frequency functional equations geometrical optics impossible instrument invariant Invariant Theory isomorphism knowable knowledge laws logical Manifold of observers mean reading measure-numbers measure-space measurement motion N-C system nature object obtained operations particle particular perspective phenomena phenomenological philosophy physical theory postulates presuppose principle probable error qualitative question of fact reflective regions of experience relatedness respect schema scientific progress selected propositions sensuous specific specific-ontological sphere of thought structure Subsumption symbols theorem theory of relativity tion tive transformation type of selectivity Universe universe of discourse variable velocity of light wave zero