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The {{Omniscope}} yields 24 angles, which are the ways that God goes beyond himself, and also the ways that an {{Observer}} can pull away from an ObservationalPlane.

When we ourselves take up an angle, then they become our concern. The PrimaryStructures allow us to take up the angles.

See also: GoodUnderstanding, {{Omniscope}}

===The 24 Concerns (or NotWishes===

The {{Omniscope}} describes 24 {{Angles}}. When we ourselves take them up, they become our {{Concerns}}, which is to say, our NotWishes. There are 6 {{Needs}}, 6 {{Doubts}}, 6 {{Expectations}} and 6 {{Commitments}}.

For example, here are the six needs:

  • Survival = root taking a stand in "THE everything"
  • Security = root following through in "THE everything"
  • Acceptance = root reflecting in "THE everything"
  • Self-Esteem = root reflecting in taking a stand
  • Opportunity = root taking a stand in following through
  • Self-Fulfillment = root following through in reflecting.

And here are all 24 concerns:


===The 10 Concerns===

I had previously applied the word concerns to ten commandments (four positive, six negative) as they appear variously.

These concerns express the equation of {{Life}}.

Here are several ways to think of the ten concerns:

  • {{Commandments}}, the Ten Commandments. Four of the commandments have us "Love God, with all your heart, mind, soul, body" and they are positive, they command us what to do. The other six commandments have us "Love your neighbor as yourself" and they are negative, they command us what not to do. These latter command us not to manipulate others as to the ways they are to choose.
  • {{Representations}}, the RepresentationsOfEverything and RepresentationsOfAnything, EverythingVAnything. The representations of Anything are given by the union of the representations of Everything and the representations of Slack. God is the coherence of Everything, and Good is the coherence of Slack. So Life, as the coherence of Anything, is the fact that God is good. Here the necessity of Everything, as the Ultimate Question, is slack represented as increasing, and the necessity of God, as the Ultimate Answer, is slack represented as decreasing. Everything is represented through the scope of its concerns (for nothing, something, anything or everything). Anything is representable by these six if a unity can be found amongst "necessity" and "scope of concern". In the redundancy is life, Anything. Consider also the representations of divisions, there are four of some, and two of others.
  • {{Structure}}, the PrimaryStructures and the SecondaryStructures. Four primary structures are frameworks that express God's concerns by structuring what it would mean if they were unsatisfied, yielding needs, doubts, expectations and trials. Six secondary structures express the growth in God's concerns when he extends the scope of his concern from one that is already satisfied to one that might not yet be. In this way God goes beyond himself. He opens up space for us, a choice of perspectives. Each kind of secondary structure expresses a way in which we stay free.
  • {{Signs}}, the TypesOfSigns and the QualitiesOfSigns. The six qualities of signs allow the mind to hold any two levels from the following four: thing, icon, index, symbol. Here they are listed from least to most conscious. For each quality, the less conscious level stays fixed, while the more conscious level has latitude to change. The qualities of signs offer six identifications of the form "everything is malleable, everything is modifiable, etc." that take us from "everything is everything" to "everything is slack". These are the qualities that I must have if I am to reach out to my neighbor. There is also a structural aspect amongst the pairs, so that "malleable" and "memorable" involve trees, "modifiable" and "meaningful" involve microattributes, and "mobile" and "motivated" involve tokens.
  • Concerns, the WaysOfRecaring and the WaysOfRethinking. The ways of rethinking have us take up the perspective of our neighbor rather than our own self. We care about unity, and we can do so with various scopes: within us (our relationship with God), within our perspective (our relationship with others), extending beyond our perspective (others), beyond us (God). Each way of rethinking has us shift our outlook, and grow in what we care about. We do this by thinking about our own actions, thoughts, stands, or those of others.
  • Our laboratory's system of ten {{Objectives}}. Our system of objectives has arisen through our desire to encompass every endeavor that might foster caring about thinking. Four of the objectives are pursuable through material loss, and six through material gain.
  • John Caswell's BusinessEquation.
  • AlgebraOfCopyright.

An important way to think of all of the structure is that there are ten concerns, four given by the representations of everything, and six given by the representations of anything. The four concerns of God can be ranked by their broadness, so that there are six ways that God grows in concern, and these are the six concerns of life. Each concern of life is that God grow in concern. Andrius, 2002.02.01


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