Chapter 2

The JEWAL Synthesis Philosophy of Mind

Bruce Cutting and Alexander Kouzmin


The triadic structure of human knowing is introduced with reference to its historical roots, particularly as captured in Neo-Platonist philosophy. The hierarchical conception of the triadic structure of knowing and the significance of movements of development and regression within that hierarchy are explained. The comprehensive levels of the triadic formwork of human knowing are expounded and correlated to the well-known Enneagram typology.

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