Relationism

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Relationism a methodology created by Weston Jenkins that uses relationships principles to solve problems. Using the law of relationships which states that everything that exist has at least one relationship to something else", one can then determine and solve the ineffectiveness of a relationship. Every relationship that exist was designed to operate at a 100% efficiency level which produces the highest levels of output. When the output power is low (Problem), there is a relative drop in the efficiency levels of the relationship. Humans are the only beings that have the power to create relationships and change efficiency levels.

Method. Understand the problem; Find the entities that are involved with the problem; evaluate the relationship between the entities; Increase the efficiency levels of the relationship between entities.

This method can be use to solve problems on any levels.

  • In social thought, Karl Mannheim pioneered the idea of Relationism, in the development of his theories on the Sociology of Knowledge. More particular applications of the term have arisen since his time
  • In physics, someone who has constructed a relational theory, or promotes relational theorising, is called a relationist.
  • In philosophy, a position that relations exist as ontological primitives (as entities).

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