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Harmonizing structures between moral and natural laws.

Symmetry and harmony have different meanings.

The word symmetry¬†comes from Greek and means “with measurement”.

In the physical sense, it has to do with the property of an object or system whereby there is no preferred direction of motion in space and time during a transformation. A. Einstein used the term “invariance”, which is synonymous with symmetry. Personally, I view symmetry as a geometric description of the universal interactions responsible for the physical phenomena observed in the Universe spanning the last 13.7 billion years. Each manifests itself through a so-called fundamental force. These forces, which are symmetrical in nature, consist of the strong nuclear force, the electromagnetic force, the weak nuclear force and gravity. The symmetries (invariance) of the physical world are some of the aspects of harmony present in the Universe. They also provide us with keys for understanding matter.

Harmony comes from Greek and means to join, adjust, or align.

In other words, this is an attempt to aligning and harmonizing the structures of moral laws with those of Nature insofar as they are analogous or similar or symmetrical.