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    Dennis L. Thomas at |

    This Stephen Bounds’ presentation series has been an interesting read. Lot’s of thoughts going through my mind. Mostly, I really like the idea of the mind learning patterns that will not endure against real-world testing. Common, biased political thinking is a good example. It makes sense that we can learn this way, thought, from my perspective we learn from enculturation, education, life experience and deep analytical thought. I also like the idea of taking a practical approach (will it improve efficiency, performance, profitability), for example.

    I find the 3rd section relating to complexity, complicated, chaotic and ??? contrary to my way of thinking. The requirement for constraints is valid and important, however, what could be described as chaotic, could very well be liberating and not chaotic. Books, for example, bind data and information around a central theme. The theme or applied theory, are locked together, but what if they weren’t? What if an n-dimensional holistic knowledge ecosystems could instantiate disparate concepts and principles with associated content in multiple locations within the knowledge ecosystem. And, that such an knowledge ecosystem supported versioning and cyclical analytics to reframe, redefine, reassert changing conditions, situations and circumstances?


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