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Endeavour's Origin


Endeavour emerges from a single cell: the Root Cell (R) or Origin of THEE. This Root Cell, whatever it may represent, is personal. So what emanates from it must also be personal. Personal endeavour is therefore the origin of endeavours of the more impersonal variety—organizational, governmental &c.

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It is difficult to grasp and name this Origin. It has been assigned the THEE-name: Will. Will is postulated as the source of all elements of endeavour and of all directed personal energy. We can appreciate, philosophically, the existence of Will: the Root Cell. However, we can never properly comprehend it.

Comprehension properly begins with a simple-looking but mysterious hierarchical framework which emanates from this origin. This hierarchy is named the Framework of Endeavour. An alternative name could be: Levels of Will.

The Hierarchy of Endeavour is the Root Hierarchy (RH). It serves as the understandable progenitor of the whole taxonomy. It is mysterious because of the way it generates the ten thousand things that constitute psychosocial reality. Its own structure, certainly not fully understood, is distinctive and more complex than any other hierarchy within THEE.

Albert Einstein (1879-1955):Closed  The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science. From: The World as I See It: An Essay.


Below is a diagrammatic representation of the Root Complex as currently understood. Trees are not shown. Most of these frameworks are now posted: details here.

THEE system of Hierarchies emanating from the Root Cell and Root Hierarchy.

Originally posted: 27-Jan-2011; Last updated: 15-Feb-2014

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