The deterministic elements:
The heuristic elements:
"Deterministic/Heuristic" here coincides directly with "Internal/External" from Aspectonics or "Well-defined/Not well-defined" from Smilexian.
The Heuristic elements act on what they know and assume they don't know everything... whereas the Deterministic attempt to know everything, and can assume they do even when they don't
Downfall of heuristic: Not realizing everything that is known from a complete set of data
Downfall of deterministic: Assuming that what is not known does not exist
Deterministic can result in arguments from silence, i.e.:
- "You can't disprove it, so it must be true"
- "You can't prove it, so it must be false"
- "There is no evidence for this... it must be false"