Relational theory II

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Wikipedia encyclopedia says that, in physics and philosophy, a relational theory as a framework to understand reality or a physical system in such a way that properties of objects are only meaningful relatively to other objects in the system.

Any suggestions as to how I might find more about this please?
 

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Jack Ackrell said:
Wikipedia encyclopedia says that, in physics and philosophy, a relational theory as a framework to understand reality or a physical system in such a way that properties of objects are only meaningful relatively to other objects in the system.

Any suggestions as to how I might find more about this please?
Can you give us a link?

Modern philosophy, psychology, physics, and even such things as music theory all tend to focus on relationships more than objects or things.
 

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