Functional Classification in an Integrative Matrix of Human Preoccupations

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Figure 7. Integrative matrix of human preoccupations

Experimental subject configuration for the exploration of interdisciplinary relationships between organizations, problems, strategies, values and human development

   
  
  
  Formal concepts Pattern establishment and consolidation  Pattern maintenance and appreciation  Pattern adaptation and propagation  Pattern innovation and exploitation  Pattern (im)balance)
Precondition

 Domain definition

Constitutive embodiment
Standards

Left-brain
Quantitative
Science Hard
Structural, static
General

Organized relations

Binding processes
Enwholement

Right-brain
Qualitative
Art Soft
Contextual processes
Specific

Differentiated order

Informed comprehension
Knowledge

Left-brain
Quantitative
Science Hard
Structural, static
General
 

Contextual renewal

Environmental harmony
Expression

Right-brain
Qualitative
Art Soft
Contextual processes
Specific

Controlled movement

Disciplined integrity
Mobilization

Left-brain
Quantitative
Science Hard
Structural, static
General

Communication reinforcement

Imprinting significance
Orientation

Right-brain
Qualitative
Art Soft
Contextual processes
Specific

Environmental manipulation

Transactional adva,tage
Government

Left-brain
Quantitative
Science Hard
Structural, static
General

Environmental manipulation

Fabrication and cultivation
Industry

Right-brain
Qualitative
Art Soft
Contextual processes
Specific

Condition of the whole

Resources
Order

Left/Right-brain
Integration

    0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Value experience

Identification-constrained experience
Identification with meaning
Non-critism
Experienced states of consciousness called into question
Identification with patterns experiences
Change through
re-embodiment

Left/Right brain integration  9  Consciousness
 
 
 

90   
Leadership (Authenticity)
 

 
91   
Love (Compassion)

 
 
92   
Comprehension

 
 
 
93   
Creative Expression

 
 
94   
 Vigilance (Courage)

 
 
95   
Transcendence (Detachment)

 
 
96   
Freedom (Liberation)

 
 
97   
Perseverance

 
 
 
98   
Oneness (Universality)
               
 

99   
8 Principles

 

  
80   

Purpose


  
 
81   
Solidarity (Cooperation)

 

82   

Idealism

 
 

83   

Harmony

 
 

84   

Integration

 
 

85   

Meaning

 
 

86   

Sharing

 
 

87   

Resourcefulness (Inventiveness)

 

88   

Equanimity

 
 

89   

Develpmental principle

Value-constrained innovative action
Redefinition of meaning attributed
Self-referential critical reason
Explicit values
Pattern innovation
Change through innovation reformulation and re-assessment

Right-brain
Qualitative
Art / Soft
Context sensitive principle formation
7 Innovative change


  
70   
Logics

 

  
71   

Emotional fulfilment


  
72   
Philosophy

 

  
73   

Aesthetics

 

  
74   

Security

 

  
75   

Morals, ethics

 

  
76   

Community

 

  
77   

Coevolution

 

  
78   

Peace (Justice)


  
79   
Left-brain
Quantitative
Science / Hard
Structure centered principle formation
6 Development

 

  
60   

Policy making (Futurology)


  
61   
 

 

   
62   

Language
 


  
63   
Design

 

  
64   

Inter-disciplinarity


  
65   
Individuation, psycho-analysis


  
66   
Co-operative

 

  
67   

Invention

 

  
68   

Conservation

 

  
69   

Theory

Paradigm-constrained intellectural action
Determination of meaning inherent in phenomena by definer
Non-self-referential critism
Explicit adaptation
Change through idea clarification

Right-brain
Qualitative
Art / Soft
Context sensitive concept formation
5 Noosphere


  
 
50   
Science


  
 
51   
Experiential activities


  
52   
History

 

  
53   

Culture

 

  
54   

Strategy, logistics
 
 

55   
Theology

 

  
56   

Metapolitics

 

  
57   

Agroscience

 

  
58   

International relations


 
59   
Left-brain
Quantitative
Science / Hard
Structure centered concept formation
4   
 
                  
   

   40   
Sociology

 

  
41   

Management

 

  
42   

Informatics, classification


  
43   
Ekistics (Architecture)


  
44   
Cybernetics (Systems)


  
45   
Psychology (Behaviour)


  
46   
Economics

 

  
47   

Technology

 

  
48   

Environment

 

  
49   

Praxis

Convention-constrained social action
Social interaction as significance
Reaction in place of criticism
Explicit feelings called into question
Pattern maintenance
Change through social crisis

Right-brain
Qualitative
Art / Soft
Context sensitive social action
3  
 
 

 30   
Research, standards


  
31   
Health care

 
 
 
32   
Education

 
 
 
33   
Recreation (Arts, sports)

 
 
34   
Defence (Police)

 
 
 
35   
Religious practice

 
 
 
36   
Government, politics


  
37   
Agriculture, fisheries


 
 
38   
Law

 

  
39   

Left-brain
Quantitative
Science / Hard
Structure centered social action
2 Action

 
 
 
20   
Society

 
 
 
21   
Social activity (Employment)


  
22   
Information
(Documentation)


  
23   
Amenities (Necessities)


  
24   
Transportation, telecommun.


  
25   
Communication (Media)


  
26   
Commerce (Finance)


  
27   
Industry (Production)


  
28   
Societal problems


  
29   
Nature

Phenomena-constrained physical action
Phenomena as significance
Explicit sensations called into question
Pattern recognition
Change through phisical crisis

Right-brain
Qualitative
Art / Soft
Context sensitive process
1 Life


  
 
10   
Biosciences


 
 
11   
Plant Life

 
 
 
12   
Zoology

 
 
 
13   
Invertebrates

 
 
 
14   
Fish, reptiles

 
 
 
15   
Birds, mammals

 
 
 
16   
Mankind


 
 
17   
Medicine

 
 
 
18   
Geography
(Ecology)


 
19   
Left-brain
Quantitative
Science / Hard
Structure centered objects
0  Fundamental sciences


  
00   
Astronomy

 
 
 
01   
Earth

 
 
 
02   
Meteorology

 
 
 
03   
Climatology

 
 
 
04   
Oceanography

 
 
 
05   
Hydrology

 
 
 
06   
Geophysics


 
 
07   
Geology

 
 
 
08   
Resources (Energy)


  
09