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Product Service Equivalence - A Philosophical Deconstruction

Abrish Giftson

Abrish Giftson "Product Service Equivalence - A Philosophical Deconstruction" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-6 | Issue-7, December 2022, pp.92-97, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd52258.pdf

This paper equilibrates the unsettled relationship between products & services by employing meta-concepts to extend the literature on business philosophy, product/service management & entrepreneurship. Products & services are two different forms of the same thing, it ultimately comes down to merchantable value. One could tabulate differences between the same things by placing them at opposite ends in any spectrum of measure, but this isn’t a scholarly method to comparatively study products & services. Therefore, this paper provides a framework by introducing the concept of factorial division of products & services to conceptualize a series of ideas concerning products, services, & the gap in between them which allows for the interdependencies & interchangeability. This concept will be further exercised to discuss & derive three postulates which will be used for studying the limitation of the product-service continuum & for comprehending the new system of “Product-Service Notation”. With the addition of a new variable that is essential for this notational system, called “Intelligence Threshold Requirement,” the infinitely wide concepts of intelligence become manageable without much effort. And to make the abstractions reasonably easy the author will be citing many examples, illustrations & deductive arguments of speculative nature.

Reductive Analysis, Business Philosophy, Products & Services Systems, Business Education, Theory of Concepts

Volume-6 | Issue-7, December 2022
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