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What happens when ICE melts?. From (environ)mental block age to the co-creative flow of natural inclusion Alan Rayner. Trapped by self-definition. Our perception of environmental crisis makes us ask ‘what can we do about it?’

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What happens when ICE melts?

From (environ)mental block age to the co-creative flow of natural inclusion

Alan Rayner


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Trapped by self-definition

  • Our perception of environmental crisis makes us ask ‘what can we do about it?’

  • But we don’t question the thinking that traps us in adversarial views of self and neighbourhood

  • We can change how we view our human situation in the world

  • This can help us to live more harmoniously


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Two questions of feeling

  • How does it feel to understand your self fluidly, as a simultaneously receptive and responsive inclusion of all you behold?

  • How does it feel to deny or be denied that understanding?


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The thought that leads to conflictPitting ‘self’ or ‘us’ against ‘other’

  • ‘To be or not to be, that is the question’– Hamlet

  • ‘The environment is everything that isn’t me’ – Einstein

  • ‘The preservation of favoured races in the struggle for life’ – Darwin

  • ‘You are either with us or against us’ – sundry political ‘leaders’


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The thought that leads to careincluding context in self and self in context

  • ‘In Nature everything is distinct, yet nothing defined into absolute, independent singleness’ – William Wordsworth

  • ‘We cannot step in the same river twice’; ‘wisdom is…understanding of how all is steered through all’ – Heraclitus

  • ‘The microbe is nothing, the terrain is all’ – Louis Pasteur


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Representations of space and boundaries – what makes us detach from nature?

‘Nature does not complete things. She is chaotic. Man must finish, and he does so by making a garden and building a wall’ – Robert Frost

From Warm Involvement to COLD DETACHMENT

Fluid and FIXED perceptions of natural geometry



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Arid confrontation - the rationalization of nature


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The cubical cubicle of objective rationality – ‘the ICE block’

The fixed perception of natural geometry corresponds with classical objective rationality

Based on the exclusion of space from matter and resulting logic of absolutely definable form

Everything, by definition, is made discontinuous: either A or not A, it cannot be both – the Law of the Excluded Middle


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The fluid dimensionality of inclusionality block’

  • Recognizes that material (informational) and immaterial (spatial) are mutually inclusive

  • Inner/outer worlds are dynamically continuous

  • All local appearances arise as flow-forms in dynamic receptive and responsive relationship

  • Space (receptive influence) pools together and boundaries (responsive surfacing) are dynamic relational interfacings


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The fluid logic of inclusionality block’

A new logic and principle of the ‘included middle’

The inhabitant is a dynamic inclusion of the habitat, not an exception from it

Inclusional flow entails the local-non-local logic of somewhere as a dynamic inclusion of everywhere


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Future Present block’Diversity outflowing the box


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Natural Inclusion block’

The co-creative, fluid dynamic transformation of all through all in receptive spatial context

© www.geo.uu.nl


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A Copernican revolution of block’‘self as neighbourhood’

From local, fixed centred and discontinuous, to local-non-local and dynamically continuous

Self-identity is transfigured from an autonomous ‘I alone’ to a receptive-responsive, local-non-local dynamic neighbourhood

The ‘ghost in the machine’ decentralizes everywhere. Receptive (loving) influence permeates all


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Mathematical re-evolution block’

The fluid continuity of natural numerical form and geometry is recovered through dynamic spatial inclusion

© www.exterpassive.com


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Channel no. 5 block’One, other twogether


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The ‘superchannel’ of fluid neighbourhood block’

Overlapping local spheres of non-local influence create a continuous, double helical, resonant channel of three-in-one informational couplings


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The language and art of natural inclusion block’

Definitive language and imagery reinforce discontinuous perceptions of nature

Inclusional language and imagery correspond with evolutionary flow


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Lament and Longing block’inclusional images and lyrics


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Digitalis block’



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Holding block’openness


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The hole block’in the mole


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Child of reason block’


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Achilles heal block’


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Inclusional Research Forum block’

www.inclusional-research.org


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