Knowing What You Don't Know

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Using Conceptual Frameworks to "know what you don't know". Worldviews and Integral Theory

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Knowing… What You Don’t Know:

Knowing… What You Don’t Know ?

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Knowing What You Don’t Know… in new situations/ideas during change when collaborating in problem solving in problem prevention

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Easy! Just look around you… BUT The mind gets in the way…

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Worldviews Beliefs Assumptions Values Who? What? When? Why? How? Mental Health Warning!

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How do you see the world?

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What is a Worldview?

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? Questions… Who? What? Why? When? How? Forming a Worldview : Step 1 As we look onto the world we seek meaning about what we see…

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? Using… Senses Reason Authority Intuition Revelation Forming a Worldview : Step 2 We use a range of sources to explain what we see…

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Collecting data and forming… Beliefs Assumptions Values Facts Theories Knowledge Forming a Worldview : Step 3 We collect information about the world we see…

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Organise ‘answers’ into… Mindsets Belief Systems Paradigms Worldviews Ideologies Forming a Worldview : Step 4 We find relationships and structure our ‘answers’… into worldviews .

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In 1790 French scientists concluded that meteorites were lightning… ? ‘Purple’ Worldview Worldviews change our expectations and filter our perceptions.

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In the 16 th C Amerindians with no concept of boats or sailing could not see the boats of the Spanish Conquistadors... ? ‘Orange’ Worldview “The eye is blind to what the mind does not see.”

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A “Red Planet” or a Red Worldview? Is NASA “colour correcting” photo’s from Mars? The European Space Agency doesn’t. NASA Colours? and Why Isn’t the Martian Sky Blue… or

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A worldview is: a set of assumptions which may be true or false which we hold consciously or subconsciously about the world around us

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Ancients Earth, Air, Fire, Water Socrates (470-399BC) Asked questions Plato (427-327BC) Theory of ideas Aristotle (384-322BC) Logic, Physics  Traditionalism Who am I? Where did the world come from? What is it made of? Plato and Socrates Ancient Worldviews

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Rationalism Logic and Mathematics lead to knowledge Empiricism Sensory experience leads to objective knowledge Mechanism Clocks, machines show how things work  Modernism The struggle to free philosophy and science from theology René Descartes (1596-1650) Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) Isaac Newton (1643-1727) 17th C Worldviews

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21 st Century - 2005 17 th Century Mechanistic Worldview

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Metaphors Brains ticking away Switched on thinkers Learning objects It didn’t compute Wheels of change Machinery of government Runs like clockwork Wired up Mechanistic Worldview

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Crisis in Physics There is no ‘objective’ observer Existentialism Criticism of positivism, rationalism, empiricism Critical Theory Mind and culture influence knowledge  Postmodernism Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) Albert Einstein (1875-1955) Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) Friedrich Nietzsche (1800-1899) Early 20th C Worldviews

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Contradictory Worldviews?

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Complementary Worldviews? Religious – Scientific – Spiritual Traditionalism - Modernism – Postmodernism Newtonian – Systems – Quantum Indigenous – Eastern – Western Atomism – Systems – Holism

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We have many ways of seeing the world around us Which coloured lens are you using?

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Socratic Method Religious Medievalism Logic Rationalism Empiricism Meditation Romanticism Logical Positivism Existentialism Aestheticism Psychology Systems Theory Postmodernism Phenomenology Transpersonal knowing Which should we use? Integral Theory says “all of them” If we do not include them all in our thinking we will only have a partial understanding.

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1: Mechanistic Worldview "The world is a machine." 2: Systems Worldview "The world is a system." 3: Transpersonal Worldview "The world is a field of energy and consciousness." Integral Theory  All three Source: www.martinleith.com 2004

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‘I’ Subjective Knowing ‘IT’ Objective Knowing ‘WE’ Cultural Knowing ‘ITS’ Systems Knowing 4 Quadrant Integral Theory Individual (Singular) Collective (Group) Objective (Outer) Subjective (Inner)

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All approaches are valued ‘I’ Inner-Individual I feel loved I love Spiritual Love ‘IT’ Outer-Individual Love as a chemical reaction Love as sex Love as ‘animal magnetism’ ‘WE’ Inner-Collective Romantic Love Mythology of Love Erotic Art ‘ITS’ Outer-Collective Love for species survival Parental Love Love for social harmony      Integral Map of Love

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All approaches are valued ‘I’ Inner-Individual Feel success Play roles ‘IT’ Outer-Individual Hardware Spec’s Gamer’s Posture ‘WE’ Inner-Collective Gaming Culture Mythology and Symbols ‘ITS’ Outer-Collective Computer System   Developer’s Networks Integral Map of Gaming

Knowing What You Don’t Know…:

Knowing What You Don’t Know… I THOUGHTS and FEELINGS IT SEEING and DOING WE CULTURE and WORLDVIEWS ITS ORGANISATIONS and PROCESSES Use a Conceptual Framework

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Knowing What You Don’t Know… Student-Directed Inquiry 2008 Hobart College

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