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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" .

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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. Governance
Alexis de Tocqueville
American exceptionalism
Bipartisanship
Broken politics
Corruption
Democracy
Democrats
Electronic democracy
Empty rhetoric
Foreign policy
Global governance
Group process
Immigration
Independents
Integral politics
Leadership
Liberal democracy
National defense
New politics
Organizations and groups
Organize a movement
Oversimplification
Patriotism
Peace
Political parties
Reform
Republicans
Right to vote
Self-governance
Single-issue politics
Social issues
Social services
Transpartisanship
USA Midterm elections
USA November elections
War and defense
Whole systems
Winner takes all
Bias
Campaign finance reform
Community
Community building
Empty rhetoric
Equality of opportunity
Equitable resource distribution
Ethics
Globalization
Human rights
Inefficient bureaucracy
Judicial activism
Judicial reform
Money in politics
Uninformed on the issue
Unsubstantiated conclusions
Veterans
Wasteful government programs
3. Reform
Bureaucratic waste
Campaign finance reform
Deregulation
Electoral reform
Governmental regulation
Judicial activism
Judicial reform
Legislative reform
Money in politics
Politization of the Supreme Court
Prison reform
Red tape
Redistricting
Scandal
Ability to handle complexity
Ability to handle simultaneity
Bill of Rights
Bureaucratic waste
Business & Economics
Campaign finance reform
Collective leadership
Congress cannot create a budget
Congressional gridlock
Conservatives tend to support the status quo
Cost of healthcare
Cost of insurance
Credit card regulation
Criminalization / amnesty
Deregulation
Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform
Education
Electoral reform
Equality of opportunity
Ethics
Excessive/deceptive bank fees
FDIC insurance program
Federal Reserve
Go along to get along
Governmental regulation
Housing foreclosure
Judicial reform
National defense
Pollution
Sarbanes-Oxley Reform Act
Two-party system
USA Corporate taxes are high by comparison
Welfare