Philosophy of Symmetry


Abraham Solomonick, PhD – Pedagogy, Retired from the Ministry of Education, Israel

Series: World Philosophy
BISAC: PHI000000; PHI018000; SCI090000

Symmetry permeates our existence from end to end. It was born in space and on Earth long before the emergence of human civilization – the Solar system is proof of this. After man began conscious existence, he became imbued with natural symmetry in space and time. He also began to create symmetrically arranged things in his environment and events in his behavior. In the end, symmetry has become integral to human life, society, and our consciousness.

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Table of Contents


General Propositions
Chapter 1. Several Initial Postulates
Chapter 2. Asymmetry, Symmetry and Supersymmetry
Chapter 3. Transsymmetry
Chapter 4. Changes in the Standard Model
Chapter 5. The Tension of the Empty Space
Chapter 6. The Standard Model, Supersymmetry and Transsymmetry in Human Metathinking
Chapter 7. Symmetry and Harmony as Components of Symmetric Constructions

Symmetry in Particular Sciences
Chapter 8. Symmetry and Supersymmetry in Geometry
Chapter 9. Symmetry and its Prolongations in Writing
Chapter 10. Symmetry and Supersymmetry in Cartography

Chapter 11. Symmetries within the Parameters of One Idea
Chapter 12. Symmetries in Different Sets of the Matter
Chapter 13. Symmetries After Reaching Standard Model
Chapter 14. About Compositional Symmetry in Sign Systems

List of Symmetry Terms


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