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Our Interaction - ⌘3rd Set Mini

Fair-Play Interaction Foundations
Interaction represents the Services that are put into action. These are Management's Social Responsibilities and the Care which is offered to Ecosystems.
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The Roots of our Fair-Play Interaction are the Standards for the provision of Care.
📖 Theorems

Five Principal Standards describe and measure the Foundational Agents of Humane Interaction and their Agency domains in the following manner :
Detachment defines and measures the principle of Capacity,
Truth defines and measures the principle of Magnitude,
Imagination defines and measures the principle of Coverage,
Fallacy defines and measures the principle of Formation,
Memory defines and measures the principle of Convertibility.

Our Interaction also has Opposite Event Rules, which describe and measure the Limits of the previous Standards:
Non-Detachment defines and measures the principle of Non-Capacity,
Non-Truth defines and measures the principle of Non-Magnitude,
Non-Imagination defines and measures the principle of Non-Coverage,
Non-Fallacy defines and measures the principle of Non-Formation,
Non-Memory defines and measures the principle of Non-Convertibility.
⭐ Humane Interaction Powers (Gamified Stellar Format)
You may remember the Standards of Humane Interaction as the following Stellar Formation:
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📕📐Practical Notes 📌
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Here is an example of how we use the Left Hand as a reference and mnemonic device.
Forms seem to appear everywhere in nature and throughout our lives. Still, the conception that the phenomena we observe are different from each other is not their True nature. To understand this further, we may examine how the formation of the word "Rain" for example, does not imply that water drops from the sky whenever is used as an expression.
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