It seems that each specificemanates a specific i.e. emanates , emanates , and so on until emanates —as shown in the above diagram).
But it is now proposed that allnecessarily contribute to each as shown in the diagram below.
This necessary contribution is the «Root Projection». What it means in practice is that the particularfunctioning is intrinsic to the function of the corresponding in the .
Close inspection of each how could you [perform that function] without the [Root Element]?"—and the answer that you give is: "you couldn't!". In what follows, all 49 levels (elements, processes, functions) in the will be examined.in terms of its function generates the question "
There are two ways of proceeding:
I intend to proceed using the 2nd method, because the focus here is on the Root projection primarily.
As always names are potentially misleading. Any THEE level is not determined by the name but by its practical function in psychosocial endeavours. The biggest potential for misunderstanding involves leaving this sphere, and attempting to reflect and reason using the name with an inappropriate meaning or perspective.
A key feature of this investigation has been the necessity to distinguish the «entity name» and «function name» for a particular Primary Hierarchy Level. See more details with examples of recently revised formulations.
As in the study of reversed oscillation, the validity of level formulation within the Primary Hierarchies (PH) varies. I generally refer to a «Current Formulation» where I have had sufficient confidence to go public:
However even here, the clarification provided by this inquiry has led me to make minor changes. In these cases I refer to an «Adjusted Formulation»
In the rest, I refer to a «Provisional Formulation»:
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Taxonomic elements are processes and the function of a taxonomic element is the essence of that element manifesting in practice. The propositions are phrased as they are so as to avoid confusion from associating automatically to the name assigned to a Level rather than focusing on its function.
Initially posted: 5-Jul-2013