Here’s how I would label each field based on all of the roles they play in the explanation: Metaphysics – Abstract, Theoretical foundation Psychology – Concrete, Applied Ethical – Theoretical foundation Human behavior – Concrete, Applied Communication – Applied Education – Applied Development – Concrete, Applied Group dynamics – Concrete, Applied Social structures – Concrete, Applied Physics – Natural Biological entities – Concrete Philosophy of Biology – Bridging, Theoretical foundation Animals – Concrete Emergence/Self-Organization – Bridging Information Theory – Bridging, Theoretical foundation Some key roles: – Abstract/Theoretical foundation fields lay the groundwork – Concrete/Applied fields examine and apply that foundation – Natural/Concrete fields study specific phenomena – Bridging fields make connections across domains – Applied fields develop theories and applications The progression: – Starts with abstract, theoretical foundations in Metaphysics – Moves toward more concrete, applied fields examining human experience – Scales up from individuals to groups and society – Bridging fields connect natural and social sciences – Applied fields utilize theoretical foundations to develop improved theories and applications – Which then provide new insights to enrich the foundations Does this comprehensive labeling that covers all the roles make sense? Let me know if you have any other questions!

Here’s how I would label each field based on all of the roles they play in the explanation:

Metaphysics – Abstract, Theoretical foundation
Psychology – Concrete, Applied
Ethical – Theoretical foundation
Human behavior – Concrete, Applied
Communication – Applied
Education – Applied
Development – Concrete, Applied
Group dynamics – Concrete, Applied
Social structures – Concrete, Applied
Physics – Natural
Biological entities – Concrete
Philosophy of Biology – Bridging, Theoretical foundation
Animals – Concrete
Emergence/Self-Organization – Bridging
Information Theory – Bridging, Theoretical foundation

Some key roles:

– Abstract/Theoretical foundation fields lay the groundwork
– Concrete/Applied fields examine and apply that foundation
– Natural/Concrete fields study specific phenomena
– Bridging fields make connections across domains
– Applied fields develop theories and applications

The progression:

– Starts with abstract, theoretical foundations in Metaphysics
– Moves toward more concrete, applied fields examining human experience
– Scales up from individuals to groups and society
– Bridging fields connect natural and social sciences
– Applied fields utilize theoretical foundations to develop improved theories and applications
– Which then provide new insights to enrich the foundations

Does this comprehensive labeling that covers all the roles make sense? Let me know if you have any other questions!

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