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Characteristics of phases
in 12-phase learning / action cycles

Global Strategies Project


Tentative adaptation and development from Arthur Young's Geometry of Meaning (1978). See commentary on learning cycles in Cycles of dissonance and resonance. See also adaptation to Typology of 12 complementary strategies essential to sustainable development and to Typology of 12 complementary dialogue modes essential to sustainable dialogue.
 
 
Learning via... Time-binding Unconscious 
(In-volution)
Unconscious registration of information Homeostatic equilibrium 
Unconscious adaptation
Auto-catalytic response 
Self-impulsion
Uncoordinated action 
Victim of discontinuity
Space-binding   Conscious 
(Re-volution)
Timeless awareness 
Non-duration
Conscious adaptive response 
Awareness
Comparison with norms or memory of previous experience 
Self-awareness 
 
Comparison with previous comparisons 
Awareness of self-awareness 
Transendental discontinuity
Unconscious 
(In-volution)
Conscious 
(Re-volution)
Symbol
T0
T-1
T-2
T-3
Unintended shift of: 
- perspective 
- position 
- reference 
Displacement of focus
Intentional shift of 
- perspective 
- position 
- reference 
Range of conscious attention span 
"Distance" from object of focus
M0L
Acts
Abstract
Schematic
L 

Observation; act of considering; position determination; reactive learning based on immediate registration of phenomena; assessment of distance; "sizing up"

L /T

Adaptive change; reaction; passive adaptation or change of position in response to changing circumstances

L/T2

Spontaneous initiation of transformative action; commitment to a new course of action

L/T3

Control of transformative action

Unconscious impression of significance
(see MLT0)
ML
States
Motivated
Considered
ML 

Recognition of moment(ousness), relevance (as related to leverage), significance (as in "matters of great moment"); weight of facts; bringing matters into focus

ML /T

Recognition of the momentum (of an issue) resulting from a change, namely the consequential transformation of awareness or perspective

ML/T2 

Forcefulness engendered, experienced or embodied as a result of transformative action; constructive (or disruptive) action potential; enhanced sense of being

ML/T3

Establishment of disciplined pattern of response; consolidated or harmonious control of action potential; holding forces in check

Subject to an unintended shift of perspective Projection of an intended shift of perspective into reality
ML2
Relationships
Application
Follow-through
Commitment
ML2

Faith in current paradigm or perception of reality; unexamined or habitual commitment to a process projection or understanding, irrespective of inconsistent disturbing factors

ML2/T

Decision or impulse to act or initiate a process determining the future

ML2/T2

Achievement of a desired result by application of understanding (and adjustment of implicit beliefs) in response to external factors; working action on reality 
 

ML2/T3

Power of acquired knowledge; know-how; integrated or embodied experience; capacity (including that of not acting); non-action

Unexplained problems 
Imponderables 
External constraints
Mass of information 
Amassed experience 
Internal constraints 
Mass of evidence 
"Matter of fact"
M
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From Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential


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