Is there a universal structure for categorizing, identifying and synthesizing data, and if so, what scientific data makes it possible to arrive at such a conclusion? Secondly, what are the implications of such an all-pervasive structure for the cognitive and behavioral sciences?
There is indeed ample scientific proof for the ability to universally categorize data, beginning with the geometry of a cell. Furthermore, detailed empirical research indicates that it is possible to form a philosophical behavioral theorem that forms the basis for a powerful and valid methodology for cognition, interpreting problem solving and handling matters of conflict resolution. Using a multidisciplinary approach, this paper will demonstrate the scientific and philosophical evidence for such a universal structuring of data categorization, after which it will be possible to synthesize a concrete behavioral/ cognitive language applicable to any situation.
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