For a general theoretical unified axiomatic reduction of the natural spaces

Cláudio Souto


This study introduces a unified theory of utmost amplitude. Its development rests on the factual presupposition that the physical, mental and social spaces (fields) are inseparable and are only separable by abstraction. This assumption facilitates the formulation of this apparently without precedent unified theory of spaces. Five postulates (or axioms) are induced from reality and 23 theorems are deduced from the postulates. All propositions must be confirmed or may be confirmed by empirical research. Importantly, there is a maximum of complexity in the mental and social spaces, above all in the social space, which is a derivation from the mental one. The presented theory is deterministic and, as such, does not abandon the terrain of probability, at the utmost is only highly probable.

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