Challenges to Comprehension Implied by the Logo
of Laetus in Praesens
University of Earth

1982

Integrative Matrix of Human Preoccupations

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experimental subject configuration
for the exploration of interdisciplinary relationships between
organizations, problems, strategies, values and human development
[Commentary from Yearbook of International Organizations]
defining the system of codes used to provide access to subjects


Table

Click: O for organizations, P for problems, S for strategies [currently disabled]

Formal concepts Pattern establisment
and consolidation
Pattern maintenance
and appreciation
Pattern adaptation
and propagation
Pattern innovation
and exploitation
Pattern
(im) balance
Precond-
ition
Domain definition Organized
relations
Different-
iated 
Contextual
renewal
Controlled
movement
Communic.
reinforcement
Redistrib.
of resources
Environmental
manipulation
Condition of the whole
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Consc-
iousness

[O | P | S]
Leadership
Authenticity

[O | P | S]
Love
Compassion

[O | P | S]
Comprehension


[O | P | S]
Creative
expression

[O | P | S]
Vigilance
Courage

[O | P | S]
Transcendence
Detachment

[O | P | S]
Freedom
Liberation

[O | P | S]
Perserve-
rance

[O | P | S]
Oneness
Universality

[O | P | S]
Principles

[O | P | S]
Purpose

[O | P | S]
Solidarity

[O | P | S]
Idealism

[O | P | S]
Harmony

[O | P | S]
Integration

[O | P | S]
Meaning

[O | P | S]
Sharing

[O | P | S]
Resource-
fulness
Inventive-
ness
[O | P | S]
Equanimity

[O | P | S]
Innovative
change

[O | P | S]
Logic

[O | P | S]
Emotional fulfilment

[O | P | S]
Philosophy

[O | P | S]
Aesthetics

[O | P | S]
Security

[O | P | S]
Morals
Ethics

[O | P | S]
Community

[O | P | S]
Coevolut-
ion

[O | P | S]
Peace
Justice

[O | P | S]
Develop-
ment

[O | P | S]
Policy -
making
Future
studies
[O | P | S]

[O | P | S]
Language

[O | P | S]
Design

[O | P | S]
Interdiscipl-
inarity

[O | P | S]
Individ-
uation
Psycho-
analysis
[O | P | S]
Coop-
erative

[O | P | S]
Invention


[O | P | S]
Conserv-
ation

[O | P | S]
Noos-
phere

[O | P | S]
Science


[O | P | S]
Experiental
activities

[O | P | S]
History

[O | P | S]
Culture


[O | P | S]
Strategy
Logistics

[O | P | S]
Theology


[O | P | S]
Meta-
politics

[O | P | S]
Agro-
sciences

[O | P | S]
Internat'l
relations

[O | P | S]

[O | P | S]
Sociology

[O | P | S]
Manage-
ment

[O | P | S ]
Inform-
atics
Classific-
ation
[O | P | S]
Ekistics
Archit-
ecture

[O | P | S ]
Systems
Cybern.

[O | P | S]
Psychology
Behaviour

[O | P | S ]
Econ-
omics

[O | P | S]
Techno-
logy

[O | P | S]
Environ-
ment

[O | P | S]
[O | P | S] Research
Standards
[O | P | S]
Health
care
[O | P | S]
Education
[O | P | S]
Leisure Arts
Sports
[O | P | S]
Defence
Police
[O | P | S]
Religious
practice
[O | P | S]
Govern-
ment
Politics
[O | P | S]
Agricult.
Fisheries

[O | P | S]
Law

[O | P | S]
Action

[O | P | S]
Society

[O | P | S]
Social
activity
Employ-
ment
[O | P | S]
Inform-
ation

[O | P | S]
Amenities
Necess-
ities

[O | P | S]
Transp'rt
Telecomm.

[O | P | S]
Commun-
ication
Media

[O | P | S]
Commerce
Finance

[O | P | S]
Industry
Product-
ion
[O | P | S]
Societal
problems
[O | P | S ]
Life

[O | P | S]
Bio-
sciences

[O | P | S]
Plant
l ife

[O | P | S]
Zoology

[O | P | S]
Inverteb-
rates

[O | P | S]
Fish
Reptiles

[O | P | S]
Birds
Mammals

[O | P | S]
Human-
kind
[O | P | S]
Medicine

[O | P | S]
Geo-
graphy
Ecology
[O | P | S]
Funda-
mental
sciences
[O | P | S]
Astron-
omy
[O | P | S]
Earth

[O | P | S]
Meteor-
ology
[O | P | S]
Climat-
ology
[O | P | S]
Ocean-
ography
[O | P | S]
Hydrology

[O | P | S]
Geo-
physics
[O | P | S]
Geology

[O | P | S]
Resources
Energy
[O | P | S]

Commentary

Matrix Headings

9 Matrix columns Matrix levels/rows
9 Condition of the whole Experiential (modes of awareness)
8 Environmental manipulation Experiential (values)
7 Resource redistribution Innovative change (context strategies)
6 Communication reinforcement Innovative change (structure)
5 Controlled movement Concept formation (context)
4 Contextual renewal Concept formation (structure)
3 Differentiated order Social action (context)
2 Organized relations Social action (structure)
1 Domain definition Biosphere
0 Formal pre-conditions Cosmophere/Geosphere

Subjects in the Subject Index are allocated to a specific subject heading which itself is grouped under one of the major subject categories in the above table.

International organizations are allocated to one or more categories in the Yearbook (and in the website list) as illustrated by the following example. Additional allocations may also be made on the basis of keywords not present in the name. Others may be prohibited because they are not appropriate.

Example: Inter-American Association of Agricultural Librarians and Documentalists

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