Question Everything: Series Indexes

George Mobus

The Typepad blog format organizes entries in chronological order making it a bit hard to find and follow one of my various series of postings, e.g. the Sapient Governance series. This index should aid those of you who want to read a series from the beginning without having to do a search.

Series Title Posting Title
Sapience 1. Sapience Introduction [Edited and expanded: 3/20/2011]  
  2. Sapience - Relationship with Cleverness and Affect [Edited and expanded: 3/20/2011] 
  3. The Components of Sapience Explained [Edited and expanded: 3/20/2011]  
  4. The Neuroscience of Sapience [Edited and expanded: 3/23/2011] 
  5. The Evolution of Sapience, Past and Future [Edited and expanded: 3/23/2011]
Also see this Power Point presentation given at the Science, Wisdom, and the Future conference, June 24.  
Sapient Governance  Is there a sapient form of governance? 
  Sapient Governance I. Part A 
  Sapient Governance I. Part B 
  Sapient Governance II. Coordination Level, Part A: Logistical Coordination 
  Sapient Governance II -- Coordination Level, Part B: Tactical Coordination 
  Sapient Governance III -- Strategic Level: Strategic Management
Implications of a Sapient Governance  Implications: Hurdles 
  Implications: More Hurdles 
  Implications 3: Us-Them Dichotomous Feeling/Thinking  
  Implications 4: Making a Living 
  Implications 5: Switching from competition to cooperation 
  Implications 6: Solutions 
  Implications 7: Work that is meaningful 
  More in the works 
Steps Toward an Energy Solution  Step 1. Waking Up 
  Step 2. Follow the Science 
  Step 3: Eliminating Unnecessary Consumption 
  Step 4: Redirect Investment into Energy Production/Saving 
  Step 5: Adopt A New Kind Of Money Based On Energy 
  Step 6: Redefine Useful Work and Wealth 
  Step 7: Determine True Sustainability 
  More to come 
The Science of Systems  1. Overview 
This series is a rough outline for a possible introductory undergraduate textbook on the subject. It is envisioned as a first course in a major in systems science.  2. The 21st Century Version of Liberal Arts  
  3. Organization and Its Conceptualization 
  4. Energy Flow, Emergence, and Evolution 
  5. Information and Knowledge 
  6. Networks, Structure, and Function 
  7. Cybernetics: The Science of Control 
  8. Complexity, Organization, and Order 
  9. Major Classes of Systems
  10. Mech-Systems Examples 
  11. Bio-Systems Examples 
  More to come 
Doors and Frames