Effective Theories And The Phenomenological Information

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The concepts of effective theories in science and of primary theory are reconsidered in the light of the integrative (structural-phenomenological) model of reality. It is shown that the structural effective theories are viable for scales from the universe down to the Planck scale, but not for the deep domain of reality below Planck scale, neither for the domain of all the different universes of existence. For the domains where structural effective theories are possible, these may be extended to a form of structural-phenomenological effective theories.