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The unification secured by abstractive theories, though real, is fairly weak. The unification becomes stronger if the theory contains a law of the special sort called a “composition law”.1 The idea of the composition law is the second crucial idea in what we called the first step of theoretical unification, that of uniting all process laws in a given area into a single theory. We may call this idea that of unification by a composition law.
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