“Game is Over. You are Enlightened.”
Green to 2nd Tier The point is, for Being to emerge in 2nd Tier cognitive complexity is at a level that has no comparison in earlier levels. So we should expect that something is quite different when 2nd Tier Being is enacted. In a class I taught at UW-Madison in 2010, “Multi-Perspectival Thinking: Operating with All Windows Open” 10 adult learners, 7 with extensive background in Integral Studies, set out to guide ourselves into 2nd Tier Being. We found two distinguishable Lates or Stevels of 2nd Tier Being. Second Tier Being has the capacity to assemble any SI set, or accept any SI Set, and indwell this SI Set, and also to give up any perspective that emerges in one’s Being. Orange thinking entails the first emergence of Objectivity and thus early and limited intentional MPT. Green entails a wider range of intentional MPT. MPT is fully emergent, and a core skill and capacity in 2nd Tier Being. As an aside: It is the problems of rampant MPT in our current times that drew forth Wilber’s AQAL, Grave’s and other developmental models, and other matrices for ordering the multiple perspectives 2nd Tier Being makes available. Second Tier Being can see at least the whole planet, feels the suffering and the vibrancy across large expanses, sees/feels the huge expanse of time past and future as it pertains to life’s unfolding, and sees a countless array of connections throughout it all. So lst Tier Being, or 2nd Tier Being, as an intrinsic element will always be difficult to distinguish. More investigation is needed here, and the path has been laid out to do so, i.e. collect in a band of 2nd Tier Beings. The First Tier Being trajectory may be genetically set and at least it is transmitted socially in an invariable pattern. We are the “Discoverators” of 2nd Tier Being for our time.
The Columbian Exchange and Global Trade
Describe the Columbian Exchange, global trade, and mercantilism. The Columbia Exchange, also sometimes called the Great Exchange, was one of the most immensive global trade which involved both the West and the East in the exchange goods with each other. With the newfound settlements in America bringing wealth, trade between many distant places was stimulated, which led to the Columbian Exchange. During the Columbian exhange, a large amount of goods were being traded between the nations, which includes crops and foods such as maize, potatoes, and tomatoes, which were important in Eurasia, and many more that were new to Europe. The global transfer of goods, animals, diseases, and plants between the America, Europe, Africa, and Asia was called the Columbian Exchange. By: Michelle PelletierThe columbian exchange transported many goods, animals, slaves, plants, diseases,and ideas all the way to Eastern and Western world, in other words the columbian exchange(Europeans) brought ideas from Asia and from other parts of the world; diseases were spread to people that weren’t immune to them. This global trade of crops changed the way of life of Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia. The mercantilism was adapted by Europe, during the time of the Columbian exchange. The Columbian exchange was the global transfer of goods, animals, and plants during the colonization of the Americas. The Columbian Exchange was the trade of animals, crops and plants globally. The ultimate widespread exchange of plants, food, ideas and slaves during the Eastern and Western territory was called the Columbian Exchange. With all these exchange with the new territory Europe began to prosper because they took all the new spicy and started to trade it globally.
The Age of Enlightenment
The Age of Enlightenment Print The Age of Enlightenment Reading Comprehension Reading Level edHelper’s suggested reading level: grades 8 to 12 Flesch-Kincaid grade level: 8.99 Vocabulary challenging words: capitalism, best, calculus, superstition, pamphlet, clergy, optics, superstitious, telescope, philosophy, discovery, milestone, algebra, knowledge, whose, scientific content words: Sir Isaac Newton, Isaac Newton, American Revolution, French Revolution, Latin America, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, Common Sense, Jean-Jacques Rousseau 1 You could say that the modern age really began in Europe in the 1600s. Around this time, people began to ask for proof before they were willing to believe something. 2 It was called The Age of Enlightenment, and its main idea was that humans had a very important power – the ability to reason. It was believed that this ability to reason would allow people to break away from the superstitious beliefs of the past. 3 It was a radical new way of thinking for many Europeans. Now people used their own abilities to discover truths for themselves. 4 Since all humans had this ability to reason, the Enlightenment philosophy led to a new way of looking at people as well. Anyone could make important scientific discoveries, not just members of the noble class or members of the clergy. Also according to the Enlightenment philosophy, everyone has certain natural rights. 5 During this time, it was believed that the most important thing a person could do was to learn and discover more and, in this way, add to human knowledge. Important discoveries were made in science, history, and math. The Age of Enlightenment continued through the 1700s in Europe and also spread to America.