Alliance for Mystical Pragmatics

Alliance for Mystical Pragmatics

Harmonizing Evolutionary Convergence

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Unified Relationships Theory

The Unified Relationships Theory is the Theory of Everything, as the solution to the ultimate problem of human learning, which Roger Bacon, an English Franciscan philosopher regarded as a harbinger of modern science, sought to solve in the thirteenth century through the experience that arises from experimentation. He saw the need for organizing knowledge into a coherent whole, proposing a vast encyclopaedia of all the known sciences, requiring many collaborators.

Since then, a number of intrepid explorers have sought to solve this problem, including Francis Bacon, Johannes Kepler, René Descartes, Isaac Newton, Charles Sanders Peirce, Albert Einstein, Carl Gustav Jung, Stephen W. Hawking, and Ken Wilber. One difficulty that they have all faced in this endeavour is that they have been working within the framework of Western civilization, which is based on seven pillars of unwisdom.

So if we are to integrate all knowledge in all cultures and disciplines at all times, we can only do so on the seven pillars of wisdom, recognizing that no beings are ever separate from any others, including the Supreme Being, for an instant. Such a megasynthesis of everything—as trans­cultural, trans­disciplinary Panosophy—becomes possible when we take the abstractions of information systems architects in business and those in universal algebra to the utmost level of generality.

Nonaxiomatic, holographic Integral Relational Logic, having evolved from the transcultural, transdisciplinary modelling methods underlying the Internet, thus provides the Cosmic Context, Gnostic Foundation, and coordinating framework for the solution to the ultimate problem of human learning, potentially leading to World Peace.


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