All knowledge of law, of dynamic process, both inner and outer, revolves around two fundamental concepts: that’s of symmetry and that of continuity. Where there is a concept of lawfulness, as a class, instances of this class (laws) will be of (only) two basic/fundamental types. Any instance of law will either be a law of symmetry, or a law of continuity.
The basic beingness, nature and lawfulness of all World is defined by, and founded upon, the concept of Symmetry.
The basic beingness, nature, and lawfulness of all self is defined by, and founded upon, the concept of Continuity.
Objectivity has its basis in terms of symmetry. Subjectivity has its basis in terms of continuity.
The law of symmetry is the law of intradomain relations.
Symmetry is a sameness of content where there is a difference of context.
It is the law of existence, of world, the law of physics, of substance, and of form.
The law of continuity is the law of interdomain relations.
Continuity is a sameness of content where there is a sameness of context.
It is the law of creation, of self, of chance, and of feeling.