A theory of social change (linear ontology) in which asymmetry causes incompleteness (inequality); and incompleteness causes discontinuity; and discontinuity recursively causes asymmetry.
Ontologistics depicts a recursive (self-referencing) path of social change.
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A philosopher who, first of all, deal with the nature of existence in relation to being a human being. Secondly tries to extrapolate these findings to other known and not known beings in existence.So a primary question is: What is the nature of being a human. Possible answers may be used to predict behaviour or to understand behaviour. Also an ontologist will attempt to determine what rules and statements that are valid within a certain domain of existence.
They are skilled ontologists and have mapped the organisation to a large extent.
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