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See also: {{Overview}}, {{Perspective}}, GoodUnderstanding

In order to KnowEverything, especially in the sense of knowing the most with the least, it is important to take up a subordinate perspective.

GoodUnderstanding is what yields a subordinate perspective.

See also: {{View}}, AlgebraOfViews, CompositionOfViews, GoodUnderstanding

===What is a subordinate view?===

A subordinate view is one that understands itself as being extended by a greater view.

It seems that the crucial point in bringing together our views is that we be able to distinguish our roles. We are both superordinate and subordinate and we simply need to take up our role, but especially as subordinate to God. Here the {{Divisions}} of everything are key, as they make clear whether we are identifying with the whole (taking up any perspective) or with the part (taking up a perspective). The choice of the whole is to take up all or any perspective, and the choice of the part is to take up a or no perspective. And such reinterpretations are what drive the operation [AddOne +1] and perhaps the other operations as well.


[{{Rapport}} How are God and human able to understand each other?] It is easier for me to state this question in Lithuanian: Kaip Dievas ir zmogus susikalba? The word susikalba means literally with-selves-speak and means understand each other sufficiently for purposes of communication. It can happen that quite literate people may not be able to make sense of each other, which is to say, they may not "connect". It can also happen that people with limited language skills may yet understand each other quite well. This is not necessarily complete understanding or even shared understanding. Instead, it is simply a sufficient understanding that each has of the other for practical purposes. We say that they have rapport or good understanding.


An important part of a UniversalLanguage or the system that I am working on is the role of communicative assumptions. We can start communication by assuming (ConstructiveHypothesis) that either side wants to communicate. So this assumption suggests that we can use the concepts and structures required by communication itself as the structures that we use for the form of our language and the first subject of our language that we talk about.

Long time ago I mentioned "four positions of dialogue" with respect to GOS and never got to elaborate this. Now, much later, in a different context I was asked again and wrote MeatBall:DiscussionRoles. I hope it is sufficient to fill your need too. -- HelmutLeitner August 1, 2006 14:48 CET

Helmut, Thank you, yes this is relevant and also related to AlvydasCepulis' work on polylogue. I will set up a page on Dialogue. Yes I have read large parts of WilliamIsaacs book Dialogue and the Art of Thinking Together, it is valuable.


seven traditions of communication theory - rhetorical, semiotic, phenomenological, cybernetic, sociopsychological, sociocultural, and critical

  • rhetorical
  • semiotic
  • phenomenological
  • cybernetic
  • sociopsychological
  • sociocultural
  • critical

Suvokti (klausyti) ir aiškinti (sakyti)

  • Būties prasmė - suvokti
  • Prasmės būtis - aiškinti

Komunikacijos mokyklų pagrindas yra "frames" - ir koks jų išsidėstymas tarpusavyje. Ir jos atitinka filosofijos mokyklas. Kaip susidėsto "frames" bet kokiam klausimui.


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