News 23th February 2016... Web project about Kant begin.
1.- Political Science
A civilization is system articulated through a theological symbol of traditions which should be cultivated and coordinated to leverage the available natural resources for collective survival. Examples:
Egyptian Culture: system to articulate the administration of the Nile river. Gods of their faith represent the architecture of roles (or archetype) required to synchronize human working forces with the biorhythms of the Nile river.
Roman Civilization: system to articulate the property principle over natural resources. Roman archetype established the required military authority (the Government) to validate the property principle and his exclusive profit (money).
Political sciences consist on providing and distributing the right knowledge to articulate a collective behaviour to create the system through a decision architecture ruled by information laws which are studied in software engineering.
Knowing - Pure Reason: comprehend what we understand from the world. The Critique of Pure Reason must answer the question: What can I know?
Valuating - Practical Reason: framing understanding within an orientation system for right calibration of circumstances, which means to appreciate the actual results of a situation (how is going to end up?) for right prioritization when deciding, in other words, to forge a will. The Critique of Practical Reason must answer the question: What should I do?
The reason explores reality through judgements for reaching causal models able to recognize environments in the future.
Pure Reason build conceptual models called theories through a process of analysis: the scientific method. These theories are hierarchically arranged in cognitive Categories... the cognitive tree of knowledge. The Critique of Pure Reason determines which cognitive models are valid to recognize phenomena, in other words, which theories are precise answers to the question, What is it? These theories will be used to recognized phenomena during the investigation required by all decision-making process. The result of this knowing or cognitive tree of knowledge are the Physical Sciences, an indivisible cluster of disciplines involving physics, chemistry and engineering.
Practical Reason build models called archetypes through a synthesis process, which articulates the knowledge to form a coherent whole, a system which describe a behavior or life cycle. These archetypes are hierarchically arranged in valuation Categories... the valuation or Theological tree of knowledge. The Critique of Practical Reason determines which archetypes model properly systems that calibrate the circumstances, in other words, which archetypes are precise answers to the question, For what does it exist?... the entity itself out of personal interests. These archetypes will be used as orientation frame in the Universe to calibrate situations during the investigation required by all decision-making process. Moral Sciences to describe human ecosystems are the result of this valuating tree of knowledge, which involve Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Ethics and Morality as a single blossoming out of truths.
The tree of Physical Sciences is a hierarchical network of knowing Categories. The anatomy of each Category starts with a categorical or structural theory: a constellation of referential concepts (or architecture) which define a structural physical model from which a whole network of functional theories is derived, in order to recognize all different phenomena within that Category. Structural physical theories are grouped into architectural styles, abstract mathematical models that define causal principles or laws (universal and timeless) governing the behavior of a set of categorical models. Human efforts should concentrated in the development of these architectural styles, simplifying education and development of this knowing tree of knowledge.
The tree of Moral Sciences is a hierarchical network of valuating Categories. The anatomy of each Category starts with a categorical or structural archetype: a constellation of referential values (or architecture) which define a Theology from which a whole network of functional archetypes is derived, as an orientation frame in order to deal with any situation within that Theology (or human culture). Theologies are grouped into architectural styles, abstract archetypes that define causal principles or laws (universal and timeless) governing how to enhance, capitalize and use resources (human and natural). Human efforts should be concentrated in the development of these architectural styles, simplifying education and development of this valuating tree of knowledge.
Political Science provides wisdom for decision to people, consisting on:
Philosophy, to know or understand the physical laws that rule the environment.
Theology, to valuate the natural resources available in the environment... a guiding frame in the Universe that synchronizes human working forces with life cycles of the natural resources that sustain the population, in order to wisely use and capitalize those resources across generations, leading to a lifestyle.
Discernment must be reviewed or critiqued in both symmetrical trees of knowledge.
Phenomena are reproduced by space-time mathematical models.
An archetype is a model of a system able to reproduce a behaviour. A system is a cooperation of roles that orchestrate the required processes for handling a set of resources to achieve a goal through a cyclical development. Few architecture of roles are actual solutions, most of them are unable to be flexible enough to evolve. It is a complex balance of elements that is able to leverage properly the resources. Those architectures that are real solutions, became archetypes for many different problems and are a quest by an evolutionary learning process, human unconscious saved them once achieved. Therefore, there is a unique DNA in each archetype left by the different evolutionary stages. UML (Universal Modelling Language) is the language in which an archetype can be described.
10.- Discernment: Archetype
An archetype is a system model, therefore can be described by the discernment method: architecture (roles), functionality (scenarios), design (processes), deployment (integration). The only difference to mathematical models is the polarity inversion: public or visible part is behaviour, while private or hidden part is the structure. How different processes internally operate to execute their assigned tasks within the system open up a whole range of techniques, that can be grouped in families such state machines, signal processing, artificial intelligence, fuzzy logic, neural networks, big data and so on. Each family of processes usually belongs to different specialized tissues and organs that need to interact in very specific way to actually achieve the goal of that system.