.1. Science is explanation of phenomena by implicit formulas wherein the relations define the terms, the terms define the relations, and insight fixes both. All relations are coherent – of terms with terms and formulas with formulas – with one another so as to comprise a complete theory.
.2. Insights yield terms related to one another; thus, properly representative terms in their relations may qualify as possible explanatory conjugates.
.3. A heuristic states the goal of a search. A method is the process or procedure which leads to a goal.
.4. Generalization is needed to unify and supersede the scattered insights of Establishment Economics. (Continue reading)