Systematic Political Science

Periodic Table of the Elements,
Factors & Variables
Systematic Political Science


Periodic Table of the Elements, Factors, and Variables in Systematic Political Science

Understanding Individual and Societal Behavior Quantitatively:
The Fundamentals of Modeling

by Dallas F. Bell, Jr.

The Periodic Table of the Elements, Factors, and Variables of Systematic Political Science indicate that individual and societal behavior can be quantitatively studied much like chemistry. The map is made using the META game theory format. The elements are measured and aided with fuzzy analysis by the goals of compliance with and actual compliance with the constants of Natural Laws of the Free-will, NLF-stoichiometry.

Modeling is the application of these standards and methodology to create or validate with logical representations individual and societal behavior. The goal is to reach an eigenstate where the position level is 100% known and the momentum is parallel to the T propagation direction. This cognitive approach reduces data and possibilities into empirical factual knowledge. Agent-based modeling must assume that individuals and institutions are autonomous agents having an internal model governing the rules of behavior derived from the T belief.

Tools such as Latent Semantic Analysis, LSA, can be helpful in confirming positions. Since all behavior extends from the T belief, language will express that relationship. For example, the linguistic need to describe a perceived fortunate circumstance may be characterized as being blessed. That word describes the good was obtained from the infinite God of justice and mercy by unmerited grace. Other words such as luck, the gods smiled, or chance describe characteristics of other theological beliefs.

Even at this fledgling state of modeling we can now grow more confident in the benevolent understanding and prediction of individual and societal behavior.