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Andrius Kulikauskas

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  • Define "peace" in terms of emotional responses.
  • Define the relationship between inside and outside.
  • Define being alive in terms of sensitivity (to what is outside) and responsivity (from what is inside).
  • Define the names for the quality without a name.
  • Define patterns and how they foster peace.
  • Define circumstances.
  • Define properties of life.

Slides

  • Title slide
  • The challenge of framework for relating: Quality without a name (and attempts to name it); pattern language; properties of life. The basic values: What makes a building alive or not? Life and peace.
  • The relevance for a cognitive framework: Grounding concepts in the limits of the imagination. The challenge of capturing a multitude of variations in the world - defined in the world - with a model generated from finite frameworks. Not just a configuration. Key issue: representing not knowing with knowing.
  • Especially the notion of a pattern. Metaphysically the nature of pattern, the connection between recurring activity and evoked structure; and the optimization in the world - a pattern exists in the world and its implementation exists because of the world. Yet a pattern is exercised from beyond the world and its logic comes from a creative spirit beyond the world.
  • Example of deepest values and investigatory questions. Each person has a unique deepest value. But the deepest values are related to the investigatory questions. The deepest values are like a personal overarching pattern for their life, how they integrate their values.
  • Twelve circumstances (parts). Three-cycle vs. logic with negations.
  • Purposes of creativity; Rules of art; Properties of life.
  • Patterns: 4 levels - relate with the 4 representations of the threesome.
  • Try to connect 6 pairs of these levels with the challenges for patterns (and the names of peace).
  • Relate static concerns with the 4 levels of patterns.
  • Note dynamic concerns are the representations of the threesome derived from truth (in positive and negative forms).

Main ideas:

  • How knowing and not knowing are related.
  • The role of peace, life and love.
  • Static and dynamic concerns.
  • Seek connection with visualizations and how they link the conscious and the unconscious.
  • (Unconscious) Recurring activity and (conscious) one-time activity.
  • Imagine from first principles. Define God, goodness, life, eternal life.
  • Define wishes: self-sufficiency, certainty, peace, love. Body, mind, heart (expectations), will (values). We are creatures of knowing, God is not knowing.
  • Peace and emotional responses. The boundary between self and world. The distinction between conscious and unconscious.
  • Healthy and unhealthy emotions: expecting what we wish. Internal (guilt, reassurance) vs. external (shame, pride).
  • Stepping in and stepping out - shifting the boundary between self and world.
  • Conscious mind ruling the unconscious mind: visualizations.
  • Conscious mind - divisions of everything: twosome, threesome, foursome.
  • Six representations (wholes).
  • Twelve circumstances (parts). Three-cycle vs. logic with negations.
  • Purposes of creativity; Rules of art; Properties of life.
  • Adjusting the pattern (static concern) vs. adjusting the pattern maker (dynamic concern - meaningful experiences).
  • Healthy creativity based in peace - unhealthy not based in peace.
  • Rationality.
  • Names for the Quality (adjustments of boundary) - and issues for patterns - and qualities of signs.
  • Dynamic concerns (love - letting go and taking up) vs. static concerns (peace - adjusting).

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