1. Permanent Dualism
All manifested parts must require their opposites in order to be manifested, as in either both or none.
2. Holonic Nature
All parts must represent both an integral whole in themselves and a component part for a bigger whole.
All parts must be coherent both in themselves and with all the other parts they interact with.
4. Continuous Movement
The whole must change itself in a continuous manner, with no interruption, in order to be manifested.
5. Evolution Towards Complexity
The whole must change itself towards containing more interconnected parts and relationships.
6. Complexity In Diversity
The complexity of the whole must be given by the multitude of different parts it integrates.
The whole must have a way of receiving its manifestation.