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  • eupraxis@aol.com
    May 28, 2007
      What a load of cr*p!

      WS

      In a message dated 5/28/07 7:01:36 PM, chrislofting@... writes:


      > ALL of my perspectives are backed up by current research and
      > references/further- references/further-<wbr>reading is supplie
      >
      > All I see in your prose to date is rhetoric - aka wind.
      >
      > All philosophy is derived from what is possible given our neurology.
      > Different labels will customise the sameness into differences to bring out
      > local contexts and so the words of Hegel or Kant or Sartre or Plato or
      > Aristotle etc etc etc are representations of aspects of the whole that is
      > what is possible given our species nature.
      >
      > The full spectrum is not in consciousness, where our consciousness can cover
      > only about 7+/- 2 'things' at once, and so there is a continuous dynamic of
      > dropping some things to be able to include others (and Science has this
      > perspective in its piecemeal focus on research etc) as there is the issues
      > of local context (small world) customisation of potentials.
      >
      > The whole that we are conscious of is small than, an aspect of, the whole we
      > deal with as a species member - see comments and references in
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://members.http
      >
      > You need to read more dude - outside of your limited box. To aid your
      > development:
      >
      > Reference/further reading lists for IDM are covered in:
      >
      > Abstracts:
      >
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://members.http
      >
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://members.http
      >
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://members.http
      >
      > Basic ref list:
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://membehttp
      >
      > There are also references in the pages if a quote etc - see the IDM pages
      > proper starting with
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://memberhttp
      >
      > And such summary pages as:
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://membehttp
      >
      > The draft on a property of recursing a dichotomy covering entanglement comes
      > with its own ref list:
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://members.http:
      >
      > The IDM material has used four specialist perspectives to illustrate the
      > underlying template seeding those specialisations and so the isomorphism and
      > so the metaphor nature of specialisations - the main ones being:
      >
      > Categories of Mathematics (see tables in
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://members.http
      >
      > The table needs extension to flesh out in finer detail the shift from
      > symmetric perspectives to asymmetric perspectives and so increased focus on
      > developing the notion of sequence where we move into complex numbers all the
      > way to octonions.
      >
      > Categories of emotion (with emotion refs):
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://membehttp
      >
      > (To cover the change from symmetric thinking using emotion to asymmetric
      > thinking is covered in the work of Matte-Blanco and his notion of bi-logic:
      >
      > http://www.scispirihttp://www.scisphttp://ww )
      >
      > Categories of yin/yang:
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://mem
      > (IE browser only, some issues with the javascript of RoboHelp used to
      > generate the pages and so limited to IE) OR for all browsers:
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://members.http
      >
      > references/further reading listed in:
      >
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://membehttp
      >
      > Linking of IDM, emotions, and yin/yang give us a methodology accessing
      > emotional assessments of context that, at times, bring out incongruence in
      > what the emotions focus upon and what consciousness focuses upon (and so
      > censors 'taboo' perspectives)
      >
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://members.http:/
      >
      > This is a 'lite' example of the work on dealing with the unconscious through
      > use of generic questions that elicit a representation of the context, all
      > due to what the IDM template captures - sense of wholes, parts, dynamic
      > relationships, static relationships.
      >
      > What the yin/yang material brings out is how people get meaning from what
      > science says is 'rubbish'. There is discussion of the method used and how
      > questions etc can elicit better associations with existing context than the
      > traditional random/miraculous methods.
      >
      > The work on Chinese perspectives has been of interest in the context of
      > comparing Western socio-economic categories of production, distribution,
      > filtration, exchange, consumption and the properties of Chinese five-phase
      > theory (linked together in another example of IC categories -
      > http://members.http://membehttp://membehttp://membershttp
      > )
      >
      > What the socioeconomic work brings out is the dual encoding of form and
      > process in the dichotomy of differentiate/ process in the dichotomy of di
      > duality is associated with the concept of nominalisation/ duality is asso
      > aka noun into verb, verb into noun. As such the generic form of meaning is
      > in the form of a gerund that is then refined into the differentiation part
      > (A something) and the integrating part (TO something).
      >
      > No snake oil here pal. All is grounded in current research.
      >
      > Chris.
      >




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