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GROUP INTERN - slides as promised:Heiner “Grasping, Groping, and Grokking Heiner” - a collective inquiry and teaser https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kMXzJ1mm7W2wO8iWdN43vWL6P0sa0nlIPdnZ6-PGL4s/edit?usp=sharing more about the FB group GCC and the "announcement" here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/GlobalChallengesCollaboration/GlobalChallengesCollaboration/ and here the session:

Harry van der Velde
17 hrs

So tonight we hope to learn more of Heiner Benking and how his inner universe has developed over the years.
Tonight 9:45 PM CET we will check audio/video in Doug’s ZOOM chamber. He is doing the intro and moderation, Harry scribbles with/for us, Heiner is on alert/ready to jump-in..
The LAST BELL – DOORS CLOSED are at 10 PM, CET sharp !!

You are invited as a small GCC lurker gang ahoc - with the TRIO - some lurking and investigations – call it deep-dive, or hotseat. The Perf... See More: Harry van der Velde
17 hrs

So tonight we hope to learn more of Heiner Benking and how his inner universe has developed over the years.
Tonight 9:45 PM CET we will check audio/video in Doug’s ZOOM chamber. He is doing the intro and moderation, Harry scribbles with/for us, Heiner is on alert/ready to jump-in..
The LAST BELL – DOORS CLOSED are at 10 PM, CET sharp !!

You are invited as a small GCC lurker gang ahoc - with the TRIO - some lurking and investigations – call it deep-dive, or hotseat. The Perf... See More

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Grasping, Groping, and Grokking Heiner --nutshell-slides-gcc-sunday-24-00

  1. 1. “Grasping, Groping, and Grokking Heiner” a collective inquiry and teaser
  2. 2. WHOLENESS ? SUSTAINABILITY ? ECOLOGY ? SYSTEMS ? ORDER ? HOLISM ? … any more buzz-words ??
  3. 3. Crisis of Order, Orientation, Meaning,... Die Neuen Medien - Kommunikative Gesellschaft ? Studium generale, Humboldt - Universität zu Berlin 17.1. 2000 Watch your Symbols, Icons, Words, & Metaphors, Worlds,...  a prison  a varieté  a show  a labyrinth  a bomb  a sweet pie  the final flood of post- modern Cyber Culture ?
  4. 4. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie No covenant in modern times Many Portals - but no „Common House“ Source: http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/macroscope/ „Magnetic Portals“: Information Strategy Magazine, July/August 1998
  5. 5. GLOBAL LEARN DAY WELCOME TO EUROPE Finding distance and perspective or feeling lost in the „woods“ and afraid of „walls“?
  6. 6. Source & coop with: KURT HANKS „the Visualizer“ Rapid VIZ The Collaps of Belief
  7. 7. Source & coop with: KURT HANKS - „the Visualizer“ Rapid VIZ The Collaps of Belief
  8. 8. 30visiones.knauf.es#30 VISIONS OF SUSTAINABILITY
  9. 9. GEO-ECO-DYNAMICS: GeoJournal, Topogramm, & ACCESS German synopsis 1986-1992 UN Year of the Mountains Ecological thinking & acting: Thinking and understanding “inter” and “trans” or “Interaction along and across hierarchical scales in a concrete and sharable way” benking.de/ISSS & benking.de/Global-Change
  10. 10. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones - Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie 1990 • German Federal Chancellery • EEES of G7 • White House Conference on GLOBAL CHANGE • UNEP-HEM
  11. 11. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones - Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie LOCAL AND GLOBAL CHANGE 1990 - 1992 - 1998 Overview is possible! - The question is: Is there a Human Right to know the context, find orientation and understanding?
  12. 12. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones - Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie
  13. 13. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones - Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie
  14. 14. 30visiones.knauf.es#30 VISIONS OF SUSTAINABILITY
  15. 15. 30visiones.knauf.es#30 VISIONS OF SUSTAINABILITY
  16. 16. LA UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID (Dep. Comunicación Audiovisual y Pub. II) 19 – 21 de noviembre de 1998 con ARENOTEC ART-ÉDUCATION-NOUVELLES TECHNOLOGIES Alternative presentations of the periodic table or layout of chemical elements The above is a selection of pictures from Functional Classification, Appendix 4 pp.1763, Vol. 3 Yearbook of International Organisations as reproduced in part from J.W. van Spronsen, The Periodic System of Chemical Elements, a history of the fist 100 years, Elsevier 1969, and the display, the 'Magic Square' form a recently conceived and published design based on number theory as published in: Michael Stelzner, Die Weltformel der Unsterblichkeit " Vom Sinn der Zahlen " Die Einheit von Naturwissenschaft und Religion VAP Wiesbaden, 1996, ISBN 3-922367-70-4. In chapter 3: The Third Dimension, p 369-370. - http://www.ceptualinstitute.com/genre/benking/landscape.htm
  17. 17. Alternative presentations of the periodic table or layout of chemical elements A Battle of Perspectives ? GLOBAL LEARN DAY WELCOME TO EUROPE
  18. 18. MAPs & MODELs & Vizualisation
  19. 19. Global Sharing and Coping Connecting Worlds, Scales, Media, & Forms/Structures
  20. 20. SuperSigns & SuperStructures
  21. 21. EWOC 04, Toronto, October 2004 SYSTEMS ENCYCLOPEDIA SECOND EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SYSTEMS AND CYBERNETICS Charles François (editor), KG Saur Verlag-Thomson, München, 2004 Updated and augmented in more than 740 pages, 1700 articles, some of them with figures, tables and diagrams, and 1500 bibliographical references. Vol. 22, no. 1 (October 2004) Official Newsletter of the International Federation of Systems Research
  22. 22. KnowMap Vol. 1, No. 5, August 2001 People feel fine with icons (images) and symbols, but when Peirce in his sign theory introduced something in-between what he called index they are somehow destabilized and frightened - not able to believe in the either - or world of words or metaphoric pictures. Just for the exercise we want to test Peirce's index here by considering his third category a spacial map or model. This would create room for communication and sensations when linking and merging of realities and bridge the media breaks. This in-betweening is further explored in … from chapter: Profound Ignorance and In-Between Spacial versus Spatial Part III : Panoramic Thinking and End of This Journey
  23. 23. Heiner Benking: Alte und Neue Räume, Ordnungen und Modelle für Orientierungen und Vereinbarungen UNESCO Conference: The Unifying Aspects of Cultures, Vienna 2003 From Cusanus and Peirce, to Warburg ... and further down the road less travelled „Models“ „Signs“ Library „levels“ „Cognitive Panorama“ N. v. Kues (Cusanus) C.S. Peirce A. Warburg work in progress ANALOGON INDEX ORIENTATION CONTEXTS SYMBOLON SYMBOL WORDS SUBJECTS ICON ICON IMAGE OBJECTS ACTION Systematic, communicative ETHICS & PRAGMATICS / Stachowiak Peirce ... ADD SYNTAX; SEMANTIC; PRAGMATIK
  24. 24. 3 Steps Towards an „Orienting Generalisation“ 1. since 1988 Cognitive Panorama Has been developed since 1988 as a TOPOGRAM with a „Blackbox“ Index-Space, 1992 „Masterplan CODATA and 1995 Conceptual Superstructure ICSU CODATA ISSS Systems Sciences & Club of Budapest 1994-1996 Council of Europe „meta- paradigm“ 1996 Knowmap Synopsis 2001 since 1999 „Switching Systems“ 2. since 1988, respectively 1992 Sign- & Mediaintegration See Fig. 1 in Bridges and a Masterplan, ICSU-CODATA 1992 from ONLINE `92 3. since 1990 resp. 1997 Orientation Generalization Action (Warburg) and Ethics (Jonas) demand, as prerequisite, for an expanded framework of cohesion and relation for media, cultures, worlds... Icons / Images Symbols Index The three sign systems (C.S. Peirce) set in relation to each other (Knowmap 2001) and combined with Abby Warburg`s Layers in 3. The Panorama as an Index-Space: Icons / Images Symbols For more see a list of publications relating to the „subjects“ humanities and cultures, systems, education, media- integration, technology, computer graphics, orientation, library-sciences, cybernetics, environmental research management (1981-2004).
  25. 25. Icons / Bilder Symbols / Symbole Embodied visual (Schau- Logik) Models for orienting generalisations (Grob-Orientierung) Signs, maps, schemas and/or Models ! NeoPragmatics & Ethics & Action REALIZE & PONDER & COMMUNICATE & ACT Index - Map or Space Heiner Benking: Alte und Neue Räume, Ordnungen und Modelle für Orientierungen und Vereinbarungen UNESCO Conference: The Unifying Aspects of Cultures, Vienna 2003
  26. 26. Topics of Kim Veltman covered in the last years include: Media as Extensions of Man - World Views, Theories of Space, Vision and Representation - Five Changes in the 20th Century - Relation and Scale - Intangible and Tangible Culture - Texts as Integrators of Culture - Rediscovery of Meta-Narratives - Local-Regional-National- International-Global - Language as Unique - Challenge of Different Levels of Distance - Cultural Activities as an Integrating Path more.... from TUAC Session: Media as Extensions of Man, World Views, Theories of Space, Vision and Representation, Five Changes in the 20th Century, Relation and Scale, Intangible and Tangible Culture, Texts as Integrators of Culture, Rediscovery of Meta-Narratives, Local-Regional- National-International-Global, Language as Unique, Challenge of Different Levels of Distance, Cultural Activities as an Integrating Path, see also ****** Kim H. Veltman Learning and Communication with Old and New Media UNESCO Conference: The Unifying Aspects of Culture, Vienna 2003
  27. 27. Kim H. Veltman: Learning and Communication with Old and New Media 10. Cultural actitvities - Figure 1. Six goals and nine means as ingredients for a new model of culture CULTURAL GOALS TECHNOLOGY MEANS 1.Connecting Pre-literacy 1. Thinking, Mental Sense Making Mythology Religion Philosophy 2. Ordering 2. Doing, Physical Sense Making Building Making 3. Expressing Literature Art Mathematics 3. Imitating Literacy 3 Representing 4. Matching Print 4. Expressing Directly via Written 5. Mixing 5 Translating Media 6. Exploring 6. Transforming Media New Media 7. Publishing with Tolerance 8. Sharing 9. Helping
  28. 28. KnowMap Vol. 1, No. 5, August 2001 People feel fine with icons (images) and symbols, but when Peirce in his sign theory introduced something in-between what he called index they are somehow destabilized and frightened - not able to believe in the either - or world of words or metaphoric pictures. Just for the exercise we want to test Peirce's index here by considering his third category a spacial map or model. This would create room for communication and sensations when linking and merging of realities and bridge the media breaks. This in-betweening is further explored in … from chapter: Profound Ignorance and In-Between Spacial versus Spatial Part III : Panoramic Thinking and End of This Journey
  29. 29. Heiner Benking: Alte und Neue Räume, Ordnungen und Modelle für Orientierungen und Vereinbarungen UNESCO Conference: The Unifying Aspects of Cultures, Vienna 2003 From Cusanus and Peirce, to Warburg ... and further down the road less travelled „Models“ „Signs“ Library „levels“„Cognitive Panorama“ N. v. Kues (Cusanus) C.S. Peirce A. Warburg work in progress ANALOGON INDEX ORIENTATION CONTEXTS SYMBOLON SYMBOL WORDS SUBJECTS ICON ICON IMAGE OBJECTS ACTION Systematic, communicative ETHICS & PRAGMATICS ADD SYNTAX; SEMANTIC; PRAGMATIK
  30. 30. 3 Steps Towards an „Orienting Generalisation“ 1. since 1988 Cognitive Panorama Has been developed since 1988 as a TOPOGRAM with a „Blackbox“ Index-Space, 1992 „Masterplan CODATA and 1995 Conceptual Superstructure ICSU CODATA ISSS Systems Sciences & Club of Budapest 1994-1996 Council of Europe „meta- paradigm“ 1996 Knowmap Synopsis 2001 since 1999 „Switching Systems“ 2. since 1988, respectively 1992 Sign- & Mediaintegration See Fig. 1 in Bridges and a Masterplan, ICSU-CODATA 1992 from ONLINE `92 3. since 1990 resp. 1997 Orientation Generalization Action (Warburg) and Ethics (Jonas) demand, as prerequisite, for an expanded framework of cohesion and relation for media, cultures, worlds... Icons / Images Symbols Index The three sign systems (C.S. Peirce) set in relation to each other (Knowmap 2001) and combined with Abby Warburg`s Layers in 3. The Panorama as an Index-Space: Icons / Images Symbols For more see a list of publications relating to the „subjects“ humanities and cultures, systems, education, media- integration, technology, computer graphics, orientation, library-sciences, cybernetics, environmental research management (1981-2004).
  31. 31. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones - Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie Basic classes of simulated reality and their proponents Reality Nature, Man Made World Virtual Reality Sutherland, Furness Augmented Reality Feiner, Stricker Augmented Virtuality Gelernter, Ishii Double Augmented Reality Mankoff Blended Reality Turner; Benking Merged and Morphed Realities Judge, Benking, see: spatial metaphors & User Interface design see: Composite Cognitive Panorama or Panopticum http://www.ceptualinstitute.com/genre/benking/visual/visualization.htm extend with and from Veltman 98
  32. 32. Global Sharing and Coping Starting Points HARMONIZATION The first and most central entry points have been around a G7 and SRU German Environmental experts initiative which was taken up by the UN- Environment Programme UNEP - HEM. GLOBAL CHANGE The other started with the GLOBAL CHANGE conference 1988 in Moskow. Germany and other countries had been invited to present „Challenges to Science and Politics“ in form of Conferences and Exhibitions. As I was invited to contribute I had to think anew on how such complex Issues could be communicated to the broader public, raising awareness and consciousness, and being correct and helpful for scientists, politicians, and industry at the same time. I go public now 1998 as after having this touring exhibition 8 years in Germany, but never been shown outside Germany, and being updated and in high demand, there is high danger of losing this piece and milestone. Politics look east and local when the exhibition was opened in May 1990. The result we have no public eye and information about the exhibition, its scope and results. As this is fatal in my view, I fee I have to change and address that. I could have also called this UIA guest page GLOBAL CHANGE or LOCAL AND GLOBAL CHANGE - as my work started about global environmental issues in 1988 with such wide and universal themes. Only because I was involved in two or more projects at that time, and have a certain background which was about preparing and documenting decisions and presenting results, I was able to make the bridge, combine what normally is not seen as one - or in one solution. As both project concepts are not only of wider interest and unique in their approach, specially in their time we are proposing here to follow each background independently and then join in again the flow of events.
  33. 33. ORDO ET MENSURA V MAGIC SQUARE - Dr. Alfred Schinz 4 -7. Sept., 1997 Das Maßsystem von Erlitou I zweite Bauphase 72 x 72 Fuß mit den Teilungsmöglich- keiten nach der Yang-Teilung (ungerade Zahlen) und der Ying-Teilung (gerade Zahlen) Schinz, Alfred: The Magic Square Cities in Ancient China. 1996. 428 p. w. numerous ill. and maps (partly col.). 31,5 cm. Buchleinen, 3204gr. ISBN: 3-930698-02-1, - EDITION AXEL MENGES-
  34. 34. Models and „think“-models Cronenberger Ranger Frank Baldus, et. al. 2002 und Weltbilder-Welthäuser Baldus - Benking 2003 Herbert Stachowiak, 1965 - 2004 see next slide „Man is a model making animal His outstanding predictive powers give him selective advantages.“ Models of Reality - Shaping Thougths and Action Richardson, Marx, and Toth UNESCO, 1984
  35. 35. Model Thinking & Pragmatics (developed between 1965 – 2004) Herbert Stachowiak, * 28. Mai 1921, Berlin Studium Generale, Springer, 1965 Scientific Thought, UNESCO 1972 Allgemeine Modelltheorie, Springer 1973 General Model Theory Modelle und Modelldenken im Unterricht Klinkhardt 1980 Modell und Kunst, 1981 Pragmatics Pragmatik, Vol. I-V Meiner 1986-96
  36. 36. Crisis of Order, Orientation, Meaning,... Die Neuen Medien - Kommunikative Gesellschaft ? Studium generale, Humboldt - Universität zu Berlin 17.1. 2000 Watch your Symbols, Icons, Words, & Metaphors, Worlds,...  a prison  a varieté  a show  a labyrinth  a bomb  a sweet pie  the final flood of post- modern Cyber Culture ?
  37. 37. Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research Altenberg Workshops 1996/97 30. January 1997, Austria, Worldview Compositions and Cognitive Spaces - a necessary evolutionary step by Heiner Benking Source: Limits to Growth, Donella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows, Jorgen Randers & William W. Behrens III, Potomac Associates, New York (1972) pls. see also The Club of Rome - The Predicament of Mankind, 1970 Subtitle of Fig 1: Although the perspectives of the world's people vary in space and time, every human concern falls somewhere on the space time graph. The majority of the world's people are concerned with matters that effect only family or friends over a short period of time. Others look far ahead in time or over a large area - a city or a nation. Only few people have a perspective that extends far into the future. * Later we can read in the book: that in contrast to the majorities focus in the quadrant in the lower left “box”, the book concerns itself with the upper right quadrant or “box”.
  38. 38. Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research Altenberg Workshops 1996/97 30. January 1997, Austria, Worldview Compositions and Cognitive Spaces - a necessary evolutionary step by Heiner Benking Interactive relations among hierarchically ordered subsystems of an organism, Inscribed Domains, P. Weiss, In: Beyond reductionism, Alpbach 1968, pls. see more: IFSR - ISSS
  39. 39. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones - Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie Is synoptic enough ? What does it include? Immensely: small & complex & much!? Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie = Joel de Rosnay http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/macroscope/
  40. 40. The hierarchy of constitutions with the barrier to physical reductionism shown as a black border. The hierarchy of constitution with arrows showing the flow of values. Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research Altenberg Workshops 1996/97 30. January 1997, Austria, Worldview Compositions and Cognitive Spaces - a necessary evolutionary step by Heiner Benking
  41. 41. Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research Altenberg Workshops 1996/97 30. January 1997, Austria, Worldview Compositions and Cognitive Spaces - a necessary evolutionary step by Heiner Benking A Systemic View or / and an Organismic General System View of the World ? R.W. Gerard 1958
  42. 42. INST-Conference 6-8. December 2002, Austria Center, Vienna Granularity and Context of Knowledge Before we write more about knowledge it should be made very clear we must differentiate among these three types or levels of knowledge: * Detailed or specialists' knowledge - very high precision and definition (granularity) in a certain subject field, language and culture. This is the domain of experts/specialists, number crunchers and search machines. * Route knowledge - where you orient one application or subject to the next, like you find your way from one corner to the next. This is the domain of experts and where new second- generation knowledge tools can be helpful, if we do not lose the context and become overwhelmed by fixed knowledge molds and patterns. * Survey or overview map knowledge - which is not only according to Kant and Popper, objective knowledge as we have an agreed upon frame or grid and can at least, in this framework, tell if something is in or out of a certain frame, overlapping with other fields, topics or issues, or possibly just a certain corner or area of that frame. This is the domain where we need our resort as humans to add shared feelings and values. This article is primarily about this third layer!
  43. 43. Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research Altenberg Workshops 1996/97 30. January 1997, Austria Worldview Compositions and Cognitive Spaces - a necessary evolutionary step by Heiner Benking Das soziale „Holon“ der Menschheit nach A. Taylor mit emergierenden geopolitischen System Ebenen
  44. 44. ORDO ET MENSURA V MAGIC SQUARE - Dr. Alfred Schinz 4 -7. Sept., 1997 Das Maßsystem von Erlitou I zweite Bauphase 72 x 72 Fuß mit den Teilungsmöglich- keiten nach der Yang-Teilung (ungerade Zahlen) und der Ying-Teilung (gerade Zahlen) Schinz, Alfred: The Magic Square Cities in Ancient China. 1996. 428 p. w. numerous ill. and maps (partly col.). 31,5 cm. Buchleinen, 3204gr. ISBN: 3-930698-02-1, - EDITION AXEL MENGES-
  45. 45. Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research Altenberg Workshops 1996/97 30. January 1997, Austria, Worldview Compositions and Cognitive Spaces - a necessary evolutionary step by Heiner Benking Guilford, J. P., The Nature of Human Intelligence, New York: McGraw Hill, 1967. Structure of Intellect. [175] Cf. the work of Heiner Benking. To be publihed in 9. Augmented knowledge in the book by Kim Veltman: Augmented Books, Knowledge, and Culture http://www.isoc.org/inet2000/cdproceedings/ 6d/6d_1.htm These quests to master new knowledge owe much to systems theory, "chaos theory" (a seemingly contradictory combination of terms), complexity, [77] and developments in neural networks, whereby systematic treatments of apparently random forms bring unexpected patterns of order. What makes these trends the more significant is that thinkers concerned with the systematization of intellect, such as Guilford, have intuitively sought to link units, classes, relations, systems, etc. with products and operations (figure 12). Cf. the work of Heiner Benking.
  46. 46. GLOBAL LEARN DAY WELCOME TO EUROPE real spaces perceptual __________________________________  concept spac conceptual http://www.meta-self.com http://ceptualinstitute/genre/ benking/borderland.htm Why not think the thing deep, take space real and serious, enjoy and play in spaces, make spaces places which can help making sense, and ease understanding ? Sharing & bridging realities
  47. 47. Using the same references or co-ordinates Imaginary Spaces Eco-Cube Blackbox Nature Rubik‘s Cube of Ecology GLOBAL LEARN DAY WELCOME TO EUROPE
  48. 48. Lost in Space? Caught in the Web ? Found in Space ?In a safety Net? TKE '99 Terminology and Knowledge Engineering Innsbruck, August 23-27 1999
  49. 49. Global Sharing and Coping Connecting Worlds, Scales, Media, & Forms/Structures
  50. 50. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones - Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie Question Themes Focus Who? Persons, Biographical Institutions What? Subjects, Topical Objects Where? Places Geographical When? Events, Chronological Periods How? Instructions Training, Instructional Why? Explanations Goal, Philosophical, Ontological
  51. 51. LA UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID (Dep. Comunicación Audiovisual y Pub II) 19 – 21 de noviembre de 1998 con la participación de ARENOTECH Association Européenne ART-ÉDUCATION-NOUVELLES TECHNOLOGIES) A Universal Ordering System An Integrative Matrix for Disciplines and Phenomena of Human Preoccupations Matrix columns Matrix levels Matrix columns Matrix levels 1 A B A B 2 A B A B 3 A B A B 4 A B A B 5 A B A B 6 A B A B 7 A B A B 8 A B A B 9 A B A B Information Coding Classification Functional Classification I. Dahlberg (c) A.Judge
  52. 52. The ICC is in the MMI Library a basis for teaching wholeness and connectedness - KNOW-MAPS FOR KIDS patterns can be meanings that connect GLOBAL LEARN DAY WELCOME TO EUROPE A Universal Ordering System for Disciplines and Phenomena ICC - Information Coding Classification I. Dahlberg Matrix columns Matrix levels 9 Culture Distribution and Synthesis ) 8 Science & Information Application and Determination 7 Economic & Technology Technology and Production 6 Socio Institution or Content 5 Human Persons or Content 4 Bio Property Attribute 3 Cosmo & Geo Activity, Process 2 Energy & Matter Objects, Components 1 Form & Structure Theories, Principles 0 Subject Areas General Form Concepts
  53. 53. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie Kinds of Maps 1. Climate 2. Cultivation 3. Energy 4. Food 5. Geology 6. Medicine 7. Politics 8. Population 9. Religion 10. Terrain Scales Qualitative 1. World 2. Continent 3. Country 4. Province 5. City 6. Building 7. Ground-Plan 8. Room 9. Wall 10. Object Kinds of Choices 1. Access 2. Learning 3. Levels 4. Media 5. Quality 6. Quantity 7. Questions 8. Space 9. Time 10.Tools Why? - Purpose 1. Everyday 2. Emergency 3. Business 4. Education 5. Environment 6. Government 7. Health 8. Legal 9. Leisure 10. Religion Levels (of Knowledge) 1. Classifications 2. Definitions 3. Explanations 4. Bibliographies 5. Partial Contents 6. Full Contents 7. Internal Analyses 8. External Analyses 9. Restorations 10. Reconstructions
  54. 54. S8: Culture in the Multimedia Information Society Portals, Switching Systems and Reference Schemas Heiner Benking http://www.thur.de/philo/Benking/extra_skin.html http://www.thur.de/philo/Benking/effe_en.html http://www.geocities.com/~acunu/millennium/resume/res-hb.html Language Theory for the Computer Johannes Heinrichs, Heiner Benking http://benking.de/systematik-9.html http://www2.hu-berlin.de/soz-oeko/ TKE '99 Terminology and Knowledge Engineering Innsbruck, August 23-27 1999
  55. 55. Future Prospects for Constructivism Cybernetics – quo vadis ? Heiner Benking Independent Facilitator and Futurist WISSEN ORGANISATION GESELLSCHAFT In cooperation with: American Society for Cybernetics (ACS) 2003 Conference Vienna, Austria, Nov. 13-15 Heinz von Foerster und das Biological Computer Laboratory INTERNATIONALER HEINZ VON FOERSTER KONGRESS
  56. 56. Cybernetic Futures – kybernetische Zukünfte Heiner Benking Independent Facilitator and Futurist Gemeinsamer Kongress der Leibniz - Sozietät und der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kybernetik Berliner November 2003 Harnack – Haus, Max - Planck - Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften e. V.
  57. 57. WELT IM WANDEL: Bonn 1990 / Rio 1992 / Berlin 2002 Global Change - Herausforderungen für Wissenschaft und Politik Kommt auf die Terrasse zur WELT IM WANDEL Ausstellung: Wir basteln dort Modelle wie wir uns ganzheitlich Themen wie: WELT, AGENDA, ÖKOLOGIE... nähern können wie wir überhaupt uns trauen können/sollten: „GLOBAL ZU DENKEN“ Baut mit uns AGENDA Bällen und Ökologie Würfel-Räume
  58. 58. • Words in Space (Wolf) • Relations, Issues, Proportions, Consequences in space (Judge/Benking) GLOBAL LEARN DAY WELCOME TO EUROPE
  59. 59. The both sides of Wholeness and the Way in-between. Fig. 147. Die Weltformel der Unsterblichkeit, Vom Sinn der zahl - die Einheit der Natur, Michael Stelzner Fig. 6: Form cosntants as mapped by the cartographer of consciousness, in Brian Horst OMNI Spt. 1980 Vision Quest - The Four Shields, for all see: http://www.ceptualinstitute.com/genre/benking/landscape.htm Global Sharing and Coping Transformation of Representation
  60. 60. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie No covenant in modern times Many Portals - but no „Common House“ Source: http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/macroscope/ „Magnetic Portals“: Information Strategy Magazine, July/August 1998
  61. 61. Pls. see: „Extensions“ and excentric positionality, „workplaces of mind“ and Jean Gebser: „Only the „concrete“ can be integrated“. Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research Altenberg Workshops 1996/97 30. January 1997, Austria, Worldview Compositions and Cognitive Spaces - a necessary evolutionary step by Heiner Benking
  62. 62. Global Sharing and Coping Starting Points HARMONIZATION The first and most central entry points have been around a G7 and SRU German Environmental experts initiative which was taken up by the UN- Environment Programme UNEP - HEM. GLOBAL CHANGE The other started with the GLOBAL CHANGE conference 1988 in Moskow. Germany and other countries had been invited to present „Challenges to Science and Politics“ in form of Conferences and Exhibitions. As I was invited to contribute I had to think anew on how such complex Issues could be communicated to the broader public, raising awareness and consciousness, and being correct and helpful for scientists, politicians, and industry at the same time. I go public now 1998 as after having this touring exhibition 8 years in Germany, but never been shown outside Germany, and being updated and in high demand, there is high danger of losing this piece and milestone. Politics look east and local when the exhibition was opened in May 1990. The result we have no public eye and information about the exhibition, its scope and results. As this is fatal in my view, I fee I have to change and address that. I could have also called this UIA guest page GLOBAL CHANGE or LOCAL AND GLOBAL CHANGE - as my work started about global environmental issues in 1988 with such wide and universal themes. Only because I was involved in two or more projects at that time, and have a certain background which was about preparing and documenting decisions and presenting results, I was able to make the bridge, combine what normally is not seen as one - or in one solution. As both project concepts are not only of wider interest and unique in their approach, specially in their time we are proposing here to follow each background independently and then join in again the flow of events.
  63. 63. Premier forum des solutions pour développement des musées et expositiones - Journée Access Multimedia 17. - 18. Novembre 1998 - Cité des Sciences et de l‘Industrie H E M I S Environmental Information SystemInstitutions Programmes Ref. Material Methods Databases Institutions RegionDatabases Methods Ref. Mat. LocationThesaurusGuided TourProgrammes Guided Tours Subject Thesaurus Help Region Location FrancaisEnglish Deutsch Choose Wählen SieChoisir EXIT ?
  64. 64. 1984 1986 1987 1986 1984/85
  65. 65. TAGORE-EINSTEIN COUNCIL Eighth International Tagore - Einstein Conference Programme during Asian Pacific Weeks in Berlin 15-28. September 2003 Heiner Benking: MAP & MODEL MAKER http://benking.de/GI/GI-datavisual-1987.html
  66. 66. TAGORE-EINSTEIN COUNCIL Eighth International Tagore - Einstein Conference Programme during Asian Pacific Weeks in Berlin 15-28. September 2003 http://benking.de/GI/GI-datavisual- 1987.html
  67. 67. 30visiones.knauf.es#30 VISIONS OF SUSTAINABILITY

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