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Pattern of the Whole

Pattern of the Whole is an "integral tag cloud" and catalog/taxonomy that begins to show how integral wholeness contains and organizes infinite specific detail. Open the mandala by clicking a sector.

Through Pattern of the Whole "everything is connected to everything else" .

Sample search: Conscious Evolution | Clear

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SECTORS
Arts
Business & Economics
Education
Environment & Energy
Governance
Health
Infrastructure
Justice
Media & Communications
Pattern of the Whole
Relationships
Science
Spirituality & Religion

Seven levels of classification within the common framework of the whole.
Click on a sector to open specific categories within that sector.
Click on a sub-sector to open the next level.
Non-hierarchical: categories can be cross-correlated between sectors using tags.

1. Root
Arts
Business & Economics
Education
Environment & Energy
Governance
Health
Infrastructure
Justice
Media & Communications
Pattern of the Whole
Relationships
Science
Spirituality & Religion
2. Science
Chaos Theory - Butterfly Effect
Clear thinking
Cognitive science
Computer science
Cosmology
Engineers
Mathematicians
Mathematics
Philosophy
Philosophy of science
Science and religion
Scientific organizations
Scientists
Technology
3. Clear thinking
Ability to handle complexity
Ability to handle simultaneity
Bias
Considering nuances and fine differences
Electoral psychology
Go along to get along
Guilt by association
Herd instinct - follow the group
Holistic thinking
Information management
Integral thinking
Intentional distortion
Intuition
Jumping to conclusions
Mind maps
Misinterpretation
Organization theory
Over-simplification
Prejudice
Psychological overload
Psychological projection
Right brain and left brain
Scientific method
Self-righteousness
Semantics
Short attention span
Spin
Tribalism
Understanding the other person
Uninformed on the issue
Unsubstantiated conclusions
Ability to handle complexity
Ability to handle simultaneity
Bias
Community
Dewey Decimal System
Holistic thinking
Holons
Information management
Jumping to conclusions
Over-simplification
Prejudice
Psychological overload
Racial prejudice
The ladder of inference
What is a value?
4. Psychological overload
Cognitive bandwidth limitations
Magical Number Seven Plus or Minus Two