Symphonic (not spiral) dynamics and formative spirituality

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Per a semiotic approach, Terry Deacon has critiqued Dawkins' stance for its computational, genetic and memetic fallacies, invalidating the core of spiral dynamics, but not invalidating, necessarily, Clare Graves' inventory of values, which I believe can be mapped per our axiological categories of truth, beauty, goodness and unity, as fleshed out in my articulation of criteria of epistemic virtue, which uses the work of Peirce, Popper and Richard Rohr.

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