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Part of a 5-fold Pattern Language.
Subsequently published in Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential (1986)
Broader Principal points of entry; Special modes of relationship; Patterning of complex structures; Complexification of perspective contexts; Local sources for perspective nourishment; Distinct pattern of entry points to complex structures; Concealment of necessary monotonous perspective patterns; Orientation of structures to enhance receptivity to external insight; Organization of structures to enhance receptivity to external insight; Structural development designed to counteract deficiencies in pattern harmony.
Narrower Intermediate position; Symbols of integration; Nested levels of accessibility; Focus-oriented communication networks; Emphasizing transitions across boundaries; Integrating points of perspective into common domains; Blended integration of formal structure and informal context; Internal transition spaces enhancing structural entry points; Transition domain between structure and communication pathway; Integrating transition pathways between levels into a structure; Harmoniously structured entry point for external communication media.
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