Jan 4, 2020, 12:01 PM
THE UNREASONABLE EFFECTIVENESS OF P-LOGIC(LAW) IN HUMAN SCIENCES: PARADIGMS(METAPHYSICS), PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, ECON, LAW, AND POLITICS
P-Logic (Law) is (a) universally commensurable (b) value neutral, ( c) operational logic, of (d) decidability.
Read that a few times and make sure you undrestand it. Universally commensurable, value neutral, operational logic, of decidability.
The profound depth of that set of properties isn’t at all obvious, but just as saying math has extraordinary explanatory power in the physical sciences of constant temporal relations: P-logic (law) has equally extraordinary explanatory power in the cognitive sciences: paradigms(metaphysics), psychology, sociology, politics, group competitive strategy, ethics, and law.
Physical sciences are mathematically predictive because categories and relations at a given resolution are constant both in and across time. The physical world can’t choose.
Economic sciences are mathematically un-predictive, and only mathematically descriptive, and only operationally explanatory because relations (categories, weights(values), and operations) are inconstant across time – the consequence of Humans scheming and choosing with fragmentary and asymmetric information.
Social Sciences are only operationally explanatory, not mathematically descriptive, nor mathematically predictive because while operations and incentives are constant, subject categories and values are inconstant, and unpredictable because humans scheme and choose using fragmentary and asymmetric information.
P-Logic(law) provides universal explanatory power across the disciplines. Predictive power decreases with the inconstancy of relations over time. Many can create arbitrary relations within the limits of his perception, cognition, incentives, negotiation, and action, to plot and scheme against the course of events such that by some action or inaction he captures more caloric gains or opportunity for those gains, or prevents losses of opportunity or gains, than he would by not acting or acting.