The interdisciplinary nature of order and organization.
We create the world we perceive, not because of lack of a concept of reality, but because each individual selects and edits reality to conform to his beliefs. In order to change our epistemoligical premises, we must recognize the dissonance between reality and false beliefs and learn to accept radically different ideas and perceptions. One way of rejecting the arbitrariness of perception is to learn how to think things through, taking nothing at face value, and recognizing the ordering and interaction of living systems.
This page was last updated on August 19, 1996, by Rob Sable.