The Extras of Meta-Morphology

 

 

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Dr. Andreas Goppold

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1        Table of Contents: Root Level

1      Table of Contents: Root Level 3

2      Long Table of Contents 4

3      Hyperlinks Referenced. 11

4      Abbreviations 13

5      The Science of Morphology. 13

6      On Mirror Structures 19

7      Words and Morphological Meaning. 23

8      Peter Sloterdijk Special 36

9      Ode to the Honor and the Memory of the Tax Collector 57

10      The Work of Aby Warburg and then Some Cryptology. 65

11      Notes about Eco's The Name of the Rose. 69

12      On Statistics, Population Dynamics and Some Lies 90

13      Jared Diamond and Guns, Germs, and Steel 99

14      Lev Gumilev on Empires and then Some. 121

15      Heidegger, Was Heisst Denken?. 133

16      Where even Angels fear to tread. 136

17      The Meta-Morphology of Evil Empires 155

18      Some Excerpts from Design und Zeit 176

19      Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 176

20      Philosophen im Spannungsfeld ... 179

21      Technical Issues of Hypertext Data Base Design. 181

22      Odds and Ends 200

23      Literature Sources 203

24      The End of the End is the Beginning of Another End. 206

 


2        Long Table of Contents

 

1      Table of Contents: Root Level 3

2      Long Table of Contents 4

3      Hyperlinks Referenced. 11

4      Abbreviations 13

Sloterdijk Literature Abbreviations 13

5      The Science of Morphology. 13

5.1       Some History of Morphology. 13

5.2       The Definition of Expounding. 14

5.3       A Morphology Writer named Oswald Spengler 14

5.4       Some kinds of Morphology: Meta-Morphosis, and Meta-Noia. 15

5.5       Meta-Morphology and Morpheus 16

5.6       Peter Sloterdijk on Traumdeutung. 16

5.7       Derrida and the Sephardic Knowledge. 17

5.8       On Multi-Valued Logic and the OODA-Loop. 18

5.9       The five Skandhas 18

6      On Mirror Structures 19

6.1       The (Self-) Reflection and Narcissism. 19

6.2       Mirror Cabinets 20

6.3       Spieglein, Spieglein an der Wand. 20

6.4       Mirroring as a Deep Psychological and Neuronal Phenomenon. 20

6.5       The Myth of Narcissus and Echo. 21

6.6       The Circular Structure is also an Architectonic. 21

6.7       The Structure of the "Rundgesang" 21

6.8       About Contemplation, Reflexion, and Refraction. 22

6.9       Rosary and Reflexion. 22

6.10     The Rosary and Reflexion Theory. 22

6.11     Zettelkasten and Memory. 23

7      Words and Morphological Meaning. 23

7.1       The Morphology of Bildung. 23

The Meaning of Ikonos and the Meta-Morphology. 24

The Bildungsreise. 24

The Bildungsreise of the Germans 24

The Bildungsreise of Immanuel Kant 26

Bildung is a typical German Word. 28

7.2       Samuel Johnson. 28

7.3       Ambrose Bierce: The Devil's Dictionary. 29

7.4       Sample definitions 29

7.5       Mark Twain. 30

7.6       Jonathan Swift: Gulliver's Travels 30

7.7       Voltaire Candide: Also a Bildungsreise. 31

7.8       Hape Kerkeling: Ich bin dann mal weg. 31

Inhalt 31

Camino de Santiago. 32

Enlightenment Era. 32

The Pilgrim's Progress from This World. 32

Tennyson, Ulysses 33

Gargantua and Pantagruel 34

Cognitive Dissonance. 34

On Incommensurability. 35

On the Tributes 35

8      Peter Sloterdijk Special 36

8.1       Introduction to Peter Sloterdijk's Work. 36

The Viewpoint of the visiting Anthropologist from Mars 36

The Anthropological View of Akademik Philosophy. 37

8.2       Some Aspects of the Controversy around Sloterdijk's Work. 38

Bunt wie ein Paradiesvogel 38

About German "Sprachblasen" 39

The Shape of Things By Sam Han on the Sphäeren by Sloterdijk. 39

Rezensionen peter-sloterdijk-du-musst-dein-leben-aendern-der- dreizehnkampfrekordhalter 45

8.2.1        Andreas Platthaus 45

8.2.2        Üben als zentrale Praktik. 46

8.2.3        Akrobatik, Ästhetik, Athletik. 46

8.3       Critique by Axel Honneth. 46

8.4       Nietzsche, Zarathustra: Ihr Einsamen von heute, ihr Ausscheidenden. 46

8.5       Professor für Philosophie Axel Honneth. 47

8.5.1        Die dreibändigen Sphären waren des Umfangs zu viel... 47

8.6       Peter Sloterdijk and Computer Assisted Philosophy. 50

8.6.1        Neuronale Ästhetik. 51

8.6.2        Mathematics and Art 51

8.6.3        Wikipedia: Mathematics and Art 52

8.7       Noologie: A Comparison with Peter Sloterdijk's Morphology. 53

8.7.1        Sloterdijk's Habit of Name-Dropping. 54

9      Ode to the Honor and the Memory of the Tax Collector 57

9.1.1        About Tribes and Tributes 57

9.1.2        The Evolution of the Taxes 58

9.2       Statistics and one more Ode to the Honor of the Tax Collector 61

9.2.1        The German Superiority of Tax Collection. 62

9.3       Slotderdijk and the Honorable Taxes 63

9.3.1        The Japanese Concept of Hara as Seat of the Vital-Soul 63

9.3.2        The Meta-Morpology of the Christian Church Fathers 63

10      The Work of Aby Warburg and then Some Cryptology. 65

10.1     The Abbot Abbo of Fossanova. 66

The Knights Templar and The Rose Cross 67

10.2     Information about the Warburg Institute Library. 68

11      Notes about Eco's The Name of the Rose. 69

11.1     The Tri-Polarity is not Oppositional but Complementary. 69

11.2     Tres and Tria. 69

11.3     Umberto Eco and a Novel about Rose Flowers 70

11.4     About the Novel Baudolino. 71

11.4.1      wikipedia. 71

11.4.2      Baudolino. 71

11.4.3      Contents of Baudolino. 71

11.5     And now with two Ketzer Monks in the Monastery. 72

11.6     A Few more Names in the Name of the Rose. 72

11.7     Maria Magdalena and the Son of Jesus 73

11.8     More on the Name of the Rose. 74

11.9     Book Review: The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco. 74

11.10       What Is The Name of the Rose About?. 77

11.11       Naming the Rose: Readers and Codes in Umberto Eco's Novel 80

11.12       The Reconquista. 87

11.12.1        History of Toledo. 87

11.12.2        Toledo School of Translators 88

11.13       Monasterio de las Huelgas 88

11.14       Sufism and Gurdjieff 89

11.15       Günter Lüling. 90

12      On Statistics, Population Dynamics and Some Lies 90

12.1     Adolphe Quételet, a Master Scientist of Statistics 90

The Science Fiction of Isaac Asimov. 91

Spengler and Faustian Spirit 91

12.2     Gerd Gigerenzer and How to Lie with Statistics 93

Journalists, Tall Stories, and an Aversion to Statistics and Mathematics 94

The Two Sides of a Journalist's Soul 95

Statistics and the Medical Profession. 94

The Wealth of Statistical Tricks is Almost Infinite. 95

Some Side Tracks about Lying with Statistics 96

12.3     Murder rates, Narco and Terrorist murders, and then... Road Traffic. 96

The Statistics of Premature Deaths in some Pretty Bad places 97

Traffic Deaths in India. 97

There was a Terrible Car Crash with Four Cars 97

And Now about the Indian Railway Deaths 98

The Death Statistics of Narco Wars against Traffic Deaths 99

Other Bad Places of the World. 99

13      Jared Diamond and Guns, Germs, and Steel 99

13.1     Energy Anthropology and Technical Infrastructures 99

Fire Usage. 100

Hydraulic Architectural Systems 100

The Inka Ayllu System. 100

More Hydraulic Architecture. 101

Aeolian or Wind Technology. 101

More Energy Sources 101

Herbert Spencer and Howard Bloom. 102

The Grisly Story of the Corn Cob. 102

Jared Diamond on the Maya Collapse. 104

13.2     More on "Guns, Germs and Steel": Continental Conditions 104

13.3     The Anthropology of Geography. 105

13.3.1      African River Systems and Problems for Diffusion. 105

13.3.2      The Out-of-Africa model. A Key Piece in the Puzzle. 105

13.4     Back to the business of "Guns, Germs and Steel" 106

13.4.1      Germs, Germs, Germs, and then some Steel 106

13.5     Deadly Friendly Enemies: How Diseases Drive Evolution. 106

13.5.1      The Anopheles Wonder Mosquitoes 106

13.5.2      Malaria as a Driver of Evolution: Siccle Cell Anemia. 107

13.5.3      The Romans Imported their Downfall from Africa in their Amphorae. 108

13.5.4      About Anopheles Teleportation. 108

13.5.5      The Business of the Bacteriology and the Virology of Pigs 109

13.5.6      The Two-Sidedness of the Humans and their Domesticated Animals 109

13.5.7      The Evolution of Smallpox. 109

13.5.8      Smallpox and Colonialism. 110

13.6     On the Crumbling of Empires 110

The Business of World Conquest by the Britisher's 111

13.7     Learning from New Guinea. 111

13.8     More www on Jared Diamond. 112

13.9     Jared Diamond on the www.. 112

13.10      Popular science works of Jared Diamond. 113

13.11       The Wikipedia on Jared Diamond. 114

13.12       Louis Proyect: The Unrepentant Marxist 115

13.13       All Over the Map: Jared Diamond struggles to understand a connected world. 117

14      Lev Gumilev on Empires and then Some. 121

The Better Morphology of History by Lev Gumilev. 121

Die geosphärische System-Einbettung der Musterklassen. 121

Lotman's Semiosphere. 122

The Russian www site of Lev Gumilev. 123

The Survival Knowledge of Lev Gumilev. 123

Something in the Context of Lev Gumilev. 124

Some Battles of the Greeks and Romans against the Persians 125

Lev Gumilev and The Empires of Persia. 125

The Spy vs. Spy Game in Soviet Russia. 126

Codes and Code Breaking. 126

The Busines of Codes and Code Breaking of English Renaissance Mystics 126

Encrypting methods in the days of Elizabeth I 127

The Numerical Values of the Kabbalah letters 128

About Babylonian Astronomy. 129

Babylonian Astronomy and the 60-er Number system. 130

Stencil Encoding. 131