Transversal Concepts

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Human development basis

In Table 1 below,

  • The 6 columns correspond to different types of knowledge/intelligence (y.), types of values and desires (o.), types of skills or competencies (e.), types of signs (u.), broad social roles (a.), and main technical functions or tools (i.). See the yellow area on Table 2 on this page.
  • The 9 rows correspond to the concepts represented by the nine lower-case letters (See Table 1 one on this page): reflection (s.), language (b.), memory (t.), society (k.), emotion (m.), world – name / infuse with values / transform through work – (n.), truth (d.), life (f.) and space (l.).
Table 1: basic concepts of human development

Elemental qualities

In Table 2 below…
– the first row correspond to physical qualities (in the manner of the ancient Greeks) plus waning and growth,
– the second row to visual qualities,
– the third row to seasons,
– the fourth row to auditory qualities,
– the fifth row to elementary emotions,
– the sixth row to physical elements (in the manner of the ancient Greeks and Chinese),
– the seventh row to tactile qualities,
– the eighth row to taste qualities,
– and the ninth row to the six directions of the space.

Table 2 elemental qualities


Table 3 below organizes the Cartesian multiplication of the second column of Table 1 by itself.

Table 3: values
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