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At the postulational level, dependency relations are excluded in favor of relations of interdependence (Kantor, 1959).
First, Interbehaviorism is the philosophy of a fully postulational science of behavior.
HL 2:434, compare: "The `experience' of this Concept consists of a logical criticism by Hegel in which the postulational point of view is shown to be guilty of shifting its ground in the manner of Perception" (HL 2:416).
we came to the conclusion that all human knowledge is postulational in structure .
The two issues about symbolism described above have another important implication for our analysis of content/structure: if the structure of our 'knowledge' is postulational, it follows that we live in a world of assumptions, of fictional as if formulations, that should be continuously revised.
The postulational structure of 'knowledge' has important practical-theoretical consequences.
The [Sigma]EOS Model makes it possible for us to say to them, "Of course, on the Sign level (where we allocate mathematics, physical theories, and other postulational and near-postulational systems, etc.
Eventually, with the advent of mathematical and other postulational systems, developed along the lines indicated in Figure 4, the stage started to become set for the scientific research process.