Definitions and discourse developed during the course…


Classified typographs in evolving categories during the course through the final presentation, visualization by Luis Berríos-Negrón (see below for typograph legend).


Second-order cybernetics

Cybernetics of CyberneticsIt investigates cybernetics with awareness that the investigators are part of the system, and of the importance of self-referentiality, self-organizing, thesubject–object problem, etc. Investigators of a system can never see how it works by standing outside it because the investigators are always engaged cybernetically with the system being observed; that is, when investigators observe a system, they affect and are affected by it.


Collective Memory

The collective memory is proposed to be a part of the unconscious Mind, expressed in humanity and all life forms with nervous systems, and describes how the structure of the psyche autonomously organizes experience. Jung distinguished the collective unconscious from the personal unconscious, in that the personal unconscious is a personal reservoir of experience unique to each individual, while the collective unconscious collects and organizes those personal experiences in a similar way with each member of a particular species.


Collective unconscious images are those that are beyond our personal Experiences and that originate from the repeated Experiences of our Ancestors.  Collective unconscious Images are not inherited Ideas, but rather they refer to our innate tendency to react in a particular way whenever our personal Experiences stimulate an inherited predisposition toward Action.



Contents of the collective unconscious are called archetypes. Archetypes originate through the repeated experiences of our ancestors and that they are expressed in certain types of dreams, fantasies, delusions, and hallucinations. Several archetypes acquire their own personality. Inside the collectiv Unconsious stored pre Images of human perceptionpatterns. As unconscious  imapct on a consiousness Acts to prefigurate and structurize those. To be experienced in Dreams, Visions, Psychosis, Art and Myth.


Introversion / Extroversion

– The introvert is most aware of his or her inner world. While the external world is still perceived, it is not pondered as seriously as inward movement of psychic energy. The introverted attitude is more concerned with subjective appraisal and often gives more consideration to fantasies and dreams.

The extrovert, by contrast, is characterized by the outward movement of psychic energy. This attitude places more importance on objectivity and gains more influence from the surrounding environment than by inner cognitive processes.

Clearly, it is not a case of one versus the other. Many people carry qualities of both attitudes, considering both subjective and objective information.


Further clarify:

Pedestal – Traces –  Capacity to Aspire – Classification – Meta Information – Dualism / Monism

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Typographs developed during the course by the participants.



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