|Abstract||An ‘ism”, ‘physical contiguism’ is introduced from a perspective of retrospection on the evolution of ideas, science and philosophy to expose a speculated trend in the course of human reasoning as it cannot be but argued to be but both perception dependant and species specific and without an established means for conceptual grounding relative to these factors.|
|Keywords||physical contiguism inherited proximity genetically inherited behavior emergence and scientific method|
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