- Jul 2022
Not only is such thought beyond representation (and therefore beyond personware) possible,Weaver suggests but its occurrence constitutes a fundamental encounter which brings forth into existenceboth the world and the thinker. As such, thought sans image is deeply disturbing the stability andcontinuity of whatever personware the individual thinker may have been led to identify with andopens wide horizons of cognitive development and transformation (: p. 35).
!- similar to : Gyuri Lajos idea of tacit awareness !- implications : thought sans image !- refer : Gyuri Lajos https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343523812_Augmenting_Tacit_Awareness_Accepting_our_responsibility_for_how_we_shape_our_tools When one becomes cognizant of thought sans image, then one realizes the relative construction of one's social identity and that offers a freedom to take on another one * therefore, realization of thought sans image opens the door to authentic transformation
!- question : thought sans image * If, as Weaver suggests, thought sans image is a primordial encounter which brings forth both the thinker and the world thought by the thinker, then this has strong similiarities to a spiritual awakening or enlightenment experience.
- thought sans image
- Gyuri Lajos
- spritual awakening
- Tacit awareness
- tacit knowledge
- spiritual enlightenment
- social identity
- inner transformation
URLbafybeiac2nvojjb56tfpqsi44jhpartgxychh5djt4g4l4m4yo263plqau.ipfs.dweb.link/The Human Takeover - A Call for a Venture into an Existential Opportunity - lenartowicz2018.pdf
- Jun 2022
Within 2 years, I became explicitly aware, in a visionary moment, of what I now call ‘natural inclusion’. I
the birth of a concept!...From tacit vagary to explicit articulation.
But didn’t know how to express
Articulating the tacit is like bringing that which dwells in the shadows of our consciousness out into the limelight, where cognition and language can shine a light on it on the stage of consciousness.
- Nov 2016
Tacit knowledge is that which has not be codified (e.g., written down, archived, shared, etc.).
Here is a helpful link on different types of knowledge: http://www.knowledge-management-tools.net/different-types-of-knowledge.html