The Metapshysical Factors of Collective Consciousness Part 2 (global coherence)

When we consider global coherence, we must take into consideration, the aspects associated with our human learning mechanism. How is data obtained, filtered, cognated, utilized and then stored. In the past we have depended upon our 5 sensory organs and synapses system in the CNS and brain. However the global coherence suggest that stimuli is obtain in more ways than thought. One such theory is that of Howard Gardner- ‘Multiple Intelligence To Stimulate Learning’. In Gardner’s theory, 8 intelligences exist by which we learn and receive data from the surrounding enviornment. The 8 are- 1) music/rhythmic 2) motion/physical body, 3) logical/math, 4) linguistics, 5) visual, 6) interpersonal, 8) intrapersonal and 8) naturalistic. Of these 8, the most compelling in conjunction with global coherence are; interpersonal, intraperpersonal and naturalistic.

Naturalistic considers how we perceive and respond to the natural environment are use. Today our sudden ‘Green’ type behavior is a good example of humans inter-weaving the earths into their natural lives. Interpersonal is the way we perceive ourself and how we treat ourselves. Wheras intrapersonal is how we perceive and treat others. If we can learn to treat ourselves like we treat others, with dual respect and love, we could remove some of the duress often involved in violate relationships.

Another theorist to consider concerning global coherence, is Mark Granvetter with his ‘Threshold of Collective Behavior’. For Granvetter, a threshold exist whereby behavior is collectively followed. More recently Granvetter added another aspect to his orginal theory, ‘Cascade Model’. In a global corehence context, the cascade model, suggests that individuals are aware of their social innovations and follow through respectively in an interpersonal connective way. Examples would be social networks as FACEBOOK, MYSPACE. We know what we are doing and want to learn more about ourselves and others by following a collective order of behavior.


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