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MetaProperties:


The MetaProperties of the Whole, Part and Product are used as a means, method and metaphor for explanatory conjunctions in the operation of the Conservative and Progressive paradigms, and which are said to fall under the rubric of Philosophy and the Principle Property called Condition.

Whole:


A Whole is described as circumscribed domain, composed of numerically limited multiplicity of elements or Parts, which comprise a Unified Function in conjunction with each other. Every Part is a Whole and every Whole is a Part, except a Choate Whole which produces no discernible product external to itself.

Part:


A Part is described as circumscribed domain, that serves some individual and singular purpose and which comprises a unified function in conjunction with each other, to the satisfaction of the Whole of which it is contained. Each of the organs of the body contribute to its overall function well-being.

Products:


The difference between a Whole and a Part is said to be - that the primary function of the Whole is to produce Products internal to itself, and the primary function of the Part is to produce Products external to itself.

The Product of a Whole is to maintain a circumscribed environment in exact or near-like condition to the maximum benefit of each of its Parts, and represents a Product of a Unified Function of all its components as a forest consists in all of its vegetation and trees.

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