What does Relationality mean?
Relationality is the measurable relational component to any given system of multiple items.
How do we know things?
A western education is designed to convince us that we know things by The Scientific Method. But in reality a large majority of what we know to be true is accepted by the Relational Method
We learn more than half of all we will ever know before we turn 5!
And we learn it relationally. We hear a potential truth, and then we compare it with the character of the one we heard it from. Do we tend to get factual info from this person? The scientific method is, in fact, entirely reliant on this relational method.
Human relationships are obviously complex things, and trust is a sliding scale, not an absolute position. Starting usually with our parents we a build a complex knowledge base of things we regard as true, which are actually based entirely on faith and repeated empirical experiment; in other words, Relationality.
The Generational Theory is a well studied phenomenon in the Western world. Since the classical Greek period we have cycled through 4 generation types. These are described in detail in the Relationality blog.
We aim to explore as many relational sectors as possible. From particle physics to chemistry, to gravitation. From marriage to siblings to complex societies. Of particular interest are the Machines and Biology and Business and Corporate sections.