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1 The studies of game theoretic analysis, ecology, evolutionary biology, laws of physics, wave function of particles, theology, biocentrism, studies on consciousness, and systems science lead to this understanding. The studies on all interacting systems science are at a nascent stage; however, an application of this perspective on Sustainable Development Goals is elaborated in Chapter 6 of this book.

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