Interweaving tripartite distinctions

Dividing aspects of existential experience into three distinct parts seems a sensible way of understanding and representing how one aspect of existence seems to have so become three aspects that interact in turn with each other, as in plaiting.

Yesterday (and still today, having reread it several times, was dissatisfied with the interactions among two of my sets of tripartite distinctions: those concerned with intra-personal interactions, between vertue, vision and view, and those concerned with meta- personal interactions, between beholdiour, believiour and behav/hab/hov/iour.  As I am still puzzling the resolution(s), and Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal (part II) awaits, will defer attempt(s) at reconciliation(s) until tomorrow.


About leaflittering

person thinking about life as a series of encounters between expectations and experiences, and applying ideas to ecology, ethics, epistemology, and education in various environments
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