U.S. Coinage -- ‘‘‘Systematic Dialectic’’’ -- ‘Categorial Combinatorics’ -- by Aoristos Dyosphainthos.
It has long been the consensus view of the F.E.D. Special Council for Public Liaison, in which I participate, that our ‘‘‘systematic-dialectical’’’ presentation of the U.S. coinage system is one of the best introductions, for new contacts, unfamiliar with the Seldonian dialectic, to the F.E.D. ‘first dialectical arithmetic/algebra’, and to its dialectical method, of ‘categorial-progression categorial-combinatorics’, proxying ‘monadic combinatorics’.
I first presented this introductory example in my blog-entry, here, dd. 08 September 2014 --
The reason that we view it so, is because the content, the ‘‘‘subject-matter’’’, of that ‘dialectical meta-equation meta-model’, and the ‘‘‘systematic-dialectical’’’ presentation that that ‘dialectical meta-equation meta-model’ generates, is utterly familiar to all those, world wide, who use the coinage component of the U.S. currency.
With no mystery involved in the ‘‘‘subject-matter’’’ itself to add any difficulty or confusion, all that stands forth in this introductory example is the WQ_ dialectical method itself, in a particularly simple -- even simplistic -- application. In particular, the ‘categorial combinatorics’, and the ‘monadic combinatorics’, exhibited by this example, are of a particularly simple, merely additive variety. This example thus conveys the rudiments of the WQ_ dialectical method in a way which can prepare the viewer of that example to apply that method to more complex, more difficult, but also far more useful Domains.
An F.E.D. vignette -- Vignette #27 -- presenting this example, is being prepared for posting to the Vignettes Page of the www.dialectics.org web site.
I have pasted-in, below, the six main images from that Vignette, for your convenience. These images have been updated to new E.D. standards, and to new insights, from my earlier blog-entry here.
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