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Glossary of Geometric and Ethnosemantic Correspondences

Leon James Department of Psychology University of Hawaii 1975

Geometric Parameters
and Operations
Ethnosemantic Parameters
and Operations
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Manifold
(Space; Universe)
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Register
(Language; Dialect; Culture)
(Society)
2
Mathematics
(Geometry; Algebra; Set Theory
Programming)
2
Ethnosemantics
(= the mathematical analysis of discourse and topic)
(Discourse Mechanics)
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Mathematical System
(=the integration of invariants)
3
Social System
(= the assimilation of individuals)
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Types of Geometries
(Manifolds; Metric and Non-metric; Continuous and Non-continuous)
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Types of Topic Mechanism
(register modality)
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Metric Geometries
(Euclidean or Plane Geometry; Non-Euclidean Geometry; Distance Angle; Line; Point; Postulate; Corollary; Axis; Coordinate; Integers; Symbols; Formulae; Theorem)
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Standardized Procedures for Referring
(Referring to Something; Making a Comment; Implying Something; Asserting; Ignoring)
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Learning Mathematics
(Parameters; Operations; Structures; Functions; Relationships)
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Opening the Gap of Understanding
(ESNOSYS; Radicalist Register; Open Cube)
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Topology
(= the geometry of place)
Non-metric Geometries; Arrangements)
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Constitutive Exchanges
(Transactions; Episodes; Alignments; Claims; Social Behavior; Status; Rank; Role)
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Engineering Applications
(Drafting; Industrial Production; Space Flight; Mass Communication)
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Transactional Engineering
(Education; Psychotherapy; Counseling; Social Effectiveness; Spiritual Concerns)
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Configuration
(= arrangement of points)
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Labeled Topical Entities
(Concept; Word; Title Code Reference; ID Symbol)
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Geometric Figures
(= standardized arrangement of points)
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Standard Topical Domains
(viz. domains are derived topical configurations where the derivation process is specified)
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The commonly known Geometric Figures
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Standard Topics
(Standard Topical Domains; Standard Labeled Topical Elements)
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Surfaces
(Bounded Figures; Inside/Outside; Connection; Direction; Location; Reference Coordinates; Enclosing an Area)
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Setting Coordinates
(Socio-Function; Context; Situation; Recognitions)
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Spheres/Solids
(Non-Euclidean Geometry; Topology; Curvature; Geodesics; Pseudospheres)
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Membership Class
(Boundary Markers; Groups; Conventions; Specialized Domains; Category Labels; Relationship Values; Rules; Principles; Attitudes; Beliefs; Ratified Reciprocal Recognitions)
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Unlabeled Vertices
(Interconnecting Nodes; Crossing of Lines; Intersecting)
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Not-understanding
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Dimensionality of Space
(Connectivity)
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Level of Conceptualization
(= order of organization of topical domain)
("Richness;" "Sophistication;" "Knowledge")
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Operationally Explicated
(Formally Derived; Generated; Diagrammatized)
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Standardized
(= explicated procedures for: the creation of topic; constitutive exchanges; reifications
Note: Does not apply to witnessing)
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Crossing a Line: Intersecting
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Raising the Level of Conceptualization
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Traversing a Graph
(Combinatorial Analysis; Mathematical Possibility)
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The Mechanics of Topics
(Topicalization Dynamics; Formal Topical Features)
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Bounding Surfaces
(Simply Connected Manifolds; Continuous Bound Lines and Curves; Non-simply Connected Manifolds; Weird Topological Manifolds)
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The Creation of Topic or Topicalization
(Resolution of Contention Points; Discourse Dialectics)
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Bisecting Angles
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Ethnosemantic Movements
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Joining Vertices
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Setting Coordinates
(--> evoke contention points)
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The Method of Triangulation
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Dyadic Interaction
(--> between conceptualizations)
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Labeling Vertices
(= identifying the lines of interaction in a field)
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Understanding
(Practical Understanding; Clarifying; Unifying)
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Mathematical Operation
(Logic; Form; Function; Parameter; Operation; Relation; Equality; Identity)
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Reifying Ethnosemantic Imaginings
(Reality; Actuality)
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Reconstituting
(Un-crossing Intersections; Exhaustive Graphing; Transformations)
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Fragmentation
(= a subtype of topicalization achieved by horizontal expansion)
(Established Topical Domains)
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Transformation
(= continuous, point-to-point, metric vs. non-continuous, non-metric, topological)
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The Reconstruction of a Record
(Biographical Record; Social History; Participant; Personal; Individual; Enactment)
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