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This page is about expanded, augmented commons, call them stimulated realities or an embodied covenant. It is about plural and inclusion beyond the need to agree or know. So please use mindprints, handprints, and foodprints with “s” at the end, even when the title has no “s”  for handprints – sorry – but this are technological restrictions.

Why a new augmented covenant?

We have to find common grounds for broader communication,  capacity building and concerted actions in times when the old group think and clan think is not enough to adress the challenges of modern times.

The author of this page worked for 20+ years on the issues of sharing common frames of references and living with different cultures, languages and sign systems, and access along and across scales !

Why a new augmented covenant?
We have to find common grounds for broader communication, capacity building and concerted actions in times when the old group think and clan think is not enough to adress the challenges of modern times.
The author of this page worked for 20+ years on the issues of sharing common frames of references and living with different cultures, languages and sign systems, and access along and across scales !

(1992) Pivotal Environmental Information Challenges -Linking, Archiving, and Exploiting Multi-Lingual and Multi-Scale Environmental Information Repositories http://www.ceptualinstitute.com/genre/benking/aa/acc&assim.htm
The Idea is to embody and make shared explorations and negotiations in extra maps and models, displays and representations of what is not directly visible and touchable but of relevance, with proportions and consequences in our modern, international, multi-cultural world with with tangible and intangible content, concepts and contexts.

see:
(1998) A Humane Information Society or Information War? Reflections about Societies, Cultures, Human Potentials and Tools such as: Filters, Brokers, Agents, Knowbots, and Maps

http://benking.de/information-society-1998.htm

(2001) KnowMap Vol. 1, No. 5:
Spacial versus Spatial: Part I – Setting Common Frames of Reference – Heiner Benking
In this first part, Benking sets the framework for new terminology and new ways of thinking about spacial and spatial maps and spaces.
Spacial versus Spatial: Part II – Spacial Knowledge Maps and Knowledge Models – Heiner Benking
In this second part, Benking presents us with the power and purpose of maps and models beyond our conventional thinking. He challenges us to look with the parallel reality of children to find alternative ways to reach across cultures, languages and perspectives to incorporate panoramic and multi-level views.
Spacial versus Spatial: Part III- Panoramic Thinking and End of This Journey – Heiner Benking
In this third part, Benking covers the concept of panoramic thinking, concludes this series of articles and invites us on a new journey.

http://benking.de/benking_mapping.htm

http://benking.de/Global-Change/spatial-spacial.html

(2001)  Worldly Expressions of the Integral Concreteness in Integral Worlds,

http://benking.de/gebser2001.html

International Encyclopedia of Systems and Cybernetics
0479 COGNITIVE PANORAMA 1) – 2) 1
0484 COGNITIVE SPACES 1) 1
0999 ECO-CUBE/KNOW MAP 1) – 2) – 3) 2
2001 MAP (Mental) 2) – 3) 2
2002 MAP TERRITORY RELATION 2) – 3) 3
2003 MAPPING 2)
2104 METAPHORIC FRAMEWORK 1) – 2) – 4) 3
2105 METAPHORS (Classes of) 2) 3
2228 MULTI-PERSPECTIVISM 1) – 2) – 4) 4
2462 PANORAMA OF UNDERSTANDING 1) – 2) 4
2463 PANORAMA THINKING 1) – 2)

http://benking.de/systems/encyclopedia/newterms/

see also:  http://benking.de/systems/codata/CODATA-MIST2005.htm

What for ?

Dialog and Decision Culture, Art of Participation, Negotiatieon, Policy making and Governance

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