The SYSTEMATIC Dialectic of the CONTEMPORARY human-social formation, to presentation step s = 3 -- New Summary ‘Dialectogram’ co-depicting ‘allo-hybrid’ & ‘auto-hybrid’ socio-ontological categories together.
The F.E.D. General Council has just approved release of a new, summary ‘dialectogram’, to presentation step s = 3, for a ‘‘‘systematic, synchronic-dialectical method of presentation of our contemporary human-social formation’’’, a formation that is common across much of our planet today.
The ‘meta-equation meta-model’ for this method of presentation is the ‘synchronic, systematic, presentational’ counter-part to the ‘diachronic, [psycho]historical meta-equation meta-model’ presented here in an earlier blog-entry. Further exposition of that [psycho]historical ‘meta-equation meta-model’ counter-part is available in the PDF text reachable via the following URL --
This new summary ‘dialectogram’ co-depicts both the ‘allo-hybrid’ and the ‘auto-hybrid’ socio-ontological category-symbols generated by this ‘meta-model’, together, in a unified format.
This image is scheduled for later posting to the F.E.D. main web site Applications Page --
For your convenience, I have pasted-in the JPEG of this image, together with that for its ‘diachronic counter-part’, below.
Such pairs of ‘dialectogram’ diagrams, and the pairs of ‘dialectical meta-equation meta-models’ that they attempt to depict, are central to one of the key principles of duality that characterize our concept of a ‘Dialectical Encyclopedia’ [i.e., of an ‘«Aufheben»-ic’ Encyclopedia]. For each ‘Domain’ to be extensively defined and described in such an encyclopedia, the first-presented ‘dialectical meta-equation meta-model’ describes the known history of that ‘Domain’, up to its present ‘meta-state’. The second-presented ‘dialectical meta-equation meta-model’ describes the present ‘meta-state’ of that ‘Domain’ in detail. The first-presented ‘dialectical meta-equation meta-model’ may also then be iterated and solved further, to beyond the present ‘meta-state’ of that ‘Domain’, to provide a ‘prediction/pre-construction’ of the encyclopedists’ expected future for that ‘Domain’.