Higher Dimensional Reframing of Unity and Memorable Identity


Anthony Judge | Laetus in Praesens - TRANSCEND Media Service

Unification and Integration Framed Coherently Otherwise

8 Feb 2024 – The argument here is introduced in a first part and further developed in other parts.

Part 1: Psychosocial Geometry and Dynamics of Collective Memory;

Part 2: Comprehensible Configuration of 8-fold Psychosocial Patterns in 3D;

Part 3: Comprehensible Organization of Strategic Complexity in 3D and 4D.

See Part 1 for References



The first part of this document highlights the role of pillars in relationship to strategic principles configuration andtheir interconnection as “ways of looking” (Principles, pillars, projectives and metaphorical geometry). The question evoked there is the Use of AI in enabling configuration of psychosocial pillars. A particular focus is given to the Clarification of 8-fold strategic patterns with ChatGPT and the Recognition of the pattern of 8-fold “ways of looking”.

It then explores how 24-fold and 72-fold sets of these might be coherently configured in 3D as polyhedra (Part 2). The limitations of these 3D configurations highlight the potential necessity for a 4D framework to encompass more subtle 81-fold sets (Part 3). The argument concludes here with the suggestion that any quest for “unity” is more appropriately envisaged in 4D (or more) rather than in 3D or through conventional framing of territorial conflicts in 2D.

Current challenge of “unity”, “unification” and “integration”

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