Recommended: http://basicphysiology.com For me it’s not that this is new but it’s seeing it from a new perspective with new goals in mind that changes things. I have a principle: domains can be described as domains and tools in a wilderness, where a wilderness and a tool are also domains and many domains can be described as having a) principles (rules / laws / guidelines / branch of knowledge / ideal forms / nomenclature) and enforcing the principles (morality, correctness to stated principle) that define the extant of a domain (wall, level, shape, boundary, outline) b) Applied principles (heuristics, ad-hoc, real-world, messy, attempts to apply principles that may work or not, cases (case studies)), c) Philosophy of (why is it like that, questioning validity of principles, offering alternative to principles) Why? I got inspired by a definition of a “tool” that I liked.

Recommended:
http://basicphysiology.com
For me it’s not that this is new but it’s seeing it from a new perspective with new goals in mind that changes things. I have a principle:
domains can be described as domains and tools in a wilderness,
where a wilderness and a tool are also domains and many domains can be described as having
a) principles (rules / laws / guidelines / branch of knowledge / ideal forms / nomenclature) and enforcing the principles (morality, correctness to stated principle) that define the extant of a domain (wall, level, shape, boundary, outline)
b) Applied principles (heuristics, ad-hoc, real-world, messy, attempts to apply principles that may work or not, cases (case studies)),
 
c) Philosophy of (why is it like that, questioning validity of principles, offering alternative to principles)
 
Why? I got inspired by a definition of a “tool” that I liked.

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