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Eric Voegelin’s Order and historical past: (N)C should be on the topic of his proposal of the ecumenical age, and (C)N to his cosmic age. there's one other symmetry that mediates through the years: c) Over time the manifestation oscillates alongside an axis of good judgment L and algebra A. we will locate such time sequence in how BoTs appear through the years, akin to: --- (L)A --- (A) L --- (L)A --- (A)L ---. For this now, a powerful reference exists: G. R. Hocke’s introducing, in 1957, a schema of cultural alternation among classical and manneristic levels. Hocke known as the Renaissance (~16th c. ) and Classicism (~18th c. ) classical levels, and Baroque (~17th c. ) and Romanticism (~19th c. ) manneristic stages, going deep into information. becoming a member of Hocke, we pursue the road “--- sixteenth c. --- seventeenth c. --- 18th c. --- 19th c. ---” as: “--- (L)A --- (A)L --- (L)A --- (A)L ---. ” d) The symmetries mediating over the years are collectively orthogonal. So we may well write: --- (N)C(L)A --- (N)C(A)L --- (C)N(A)L --- (C)N(L)A--- (N)C(L)A--- (N)C(A)L --- (C)N(A)L --- (C)N(L)A --- (N)C(L)A--- (N)C(A)L ---, describing and a part cycles that tackle approximately the next classes of Western tradition: --- fifth c. BCE --- third c. BCE --- third c. CE --- twelfth c. --- sixteenth c. --- seventeenth c. --- 18th c. --- nineteenth c. --- twentieth c. --- twenty first c. back: this schema doesn't describe recurrences, yet cultural axes of symmetry. neither is it — in distinction to Hocke, yet based on Voegelin — meant as a periodization of heritage, which we'd describe as an articulation of a undeniable BoT, particularly the 18th–19th-c. (C)N setup. moreover, BoTs frequently falter, as e. g. in medieval Europe. by the way, a metamorphosis among BoTs is in no way an undivided panacea. it really is typically attended via gigantic crises and catastrophes. With strong cause BoTs are for this reason outfitted with powerful immune defenses opposed to switch. as a result, being cautious is a moral important. within the 21st-c. context we'd truly say that, as one certainly might be “outraged,” one may still certainly “not be engaged. ” The machines and their energy and capability are extant and supply a widely used and customary floor. not anything to fret approximately in a good feel. therefore, whereas being afraid is valid, there's one — only one — way of overcoming it: studying to take care of with the mastership of the others. The identify, third c. BCE — (N)C Now extra heavily to the modern-age Western BoTs. With the retrieval of the triangle from the forged manifestation of the pyramid, we characterised the CULTIVATING THE primary 040 Pythagorean-Euclidean house, and its specific constellation among geometry, arithmetics, logics, and algebra, because the interaction of the self-reflection of a chain of items, a conversation of thingsrepresented by means of numbers. when you've got a much broader curiosity during this BoT, you will discover that Michel Serres describes it very curiously in his Hermes books (1968 –80). B Thomas Chantimpré, De natura rerum, fol. one hundred and five, schematic illustration of the “mundus. ” Aldersbach, ca. 1295. C The computation of planetary orbits in Kepler’s Rudolphine Tables (1627).