A worldview is
a network of
presuppositions and assumptions built during
constructs from primitive material
symbols held within both the conscious and subconscious.
of neurocomputational states, primitive symbols and concepts carried by
each thought network create a complete worldview which the subconscious
recognizes as reality inhabited.
When we feel
comfortable in the
reality we inhabit we have faith that our overall
conceptual worldview is fairly
Every conceptualization of reality outside of
immediate knowledge must use language based on
worldview is individual experiential knowledge shifted, interpreted and
interrelated within the mind of the individual.
Personal experience informs each
unique individual worldview.
As personal experience is unique no
two conceptualizations match.
Reliance on external information
External sources of
information are practically unverifiable.
An inaccurate image of reality
outside of personal experience is easy to create with on-point propaganda which
can issue from anywhere.
|"Specialization tends to
limit the field of problems that the specialist is concerned with.
individual who isn't a specialist, but a generalist like myself, sees some
thing over here that he has learned from the specialist, some thing over there
that he has learned from another specialist - and neither of them has
considered the problem of why this occurs here and also there.
generalist gets into a range of other problems that are more genuinely human
than specifically cultural." - Joseph Campbell
generalist looks at the
fundamentals of each
school and weaves them together to build
an accurate image of reality.
The construct can never be accurately
up to date as new information will be pouring in from many new observations in
Descriptions of conditions
in an environment we do not inhabit, or do not fundamentally understand, first
came to us through the spoken word.
Descriptions by word were originally
limited to the extent of the boundaries of
the social culture as
those that did not share the language could not describe environments external
to the social culture.
This simple reality lent an air of mystery to
any land or group of people outside one's
And it gave
rise to countless myths, unbelievable stories,
fantastic legends and
tall tales of alien behavioral
Intrepid adventures penetrating these alien
lands needed material support so they devised the
The first of these was the East India Company designed
and funded by the twelve 'Jew brokers'
licensed to operate in
the City of
London on the Jew's
Walk in 1708 followed quickly by the French version Compagnie d'Occident
designed by John Law in
Aaron Alvares, along with his eleven cohorts, and John Law both
were intent on selling shares in their newly founded corporations so they told
tall tales of the immense wealth ready and waiting to be harvested.
individual's conceptual construct of reality, is the
orientation of an individual in relation to the environment in which that
worldview is limited to
personal sense observation and
anything outside of that
personal environment must be gleaned second hand.
A worldview properly grounded in reality describes
a consistent and
integral sense of existence and provides a
framework for generating,
sustaining, and applying the three forms of
The myths of a culture reveal a commonly held holistic
representation of the conceptual worldview
superstructure of the people of that social culture.
constructed worldview of a social culture evolves over time as it is
constantly modified by alien ideas through creative
Wilhelm von Humbolt claimed language and worldview are
Humboldt felt language was part of the creative adventure
In many indigenous cultures
epic poems clearly set out
Epics include the
Nibelungenlied of the Germanic people, the
Iliad for the
Ancient Greeks and Hellenized
Silappadhikaram of the South Indian people, the
Mahabharata of the North Indian people,
Epic of Gilgamesh of
the Mesopotamian-Sumerian civilization,
One Thousand and One
Nights (Arabian nights) of the Arab world and the
of the Mandé people.
What you can see, touch, play with,
experiment with is what is given and this given world is best analyzed
logically using mathematical and logico-linguistic constructs.
Apostel watched humanities race into the future using more and more scientific
knowledge and technical abilities but noted that moral and ethical sense
remained in a backward state.
Leo Apostel was the first man that
attempted to unify the humanities with science.
Leo Apostel wanted to
create a new conceptual
construct that broke down the barriers between the humanities and science
so Ludwig Wittgenstein and Jean Piaget could both be understood by any group
entering the lecture hall.
Jean Piaget was deeply interested in the
psychological and social development of children and successfully combined his
theory of cognitive development and epistemology with practical education.
Ludwig Wittgenstein, who penned Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus,
proved beyond doubt that all systems of logic are based on
Wittgenstein had a lifelong interest in religion and
claimed to see every problem
from a religious point of view, but never committed himself to any formal
Wittgenstein's later works, notably the posthumously
published Philosophical Investigations, criticized many of the ideas in
In Philosophical Investigations Ludwig
Wittgenstein demonstrates the limitations of
in many traditional philosophical puzzles.
confusion that arises is directly a result of
a limited and incomplete
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