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The Last Revolution: Postcapitalist Futures
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Decoding World History
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Descent of Man Revisited
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Failure of Darwinism
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Last and First Men
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Enigma of the Axial Age
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Capitalism, Communism and the Evolution of Civilization

World History and the Eonic Effect
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Kant’s Challenge Resolved
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World History and the Eonic Effect (Abridged)
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R48G: Coming of Postcapitalism

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Samkhya: Ancient and Modern
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Debriefing Gurdjieffianity
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The Last Revolution: Postcapitalist Futures
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Decoding World History
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Descent of Man Revisited
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Failure of Darwinism
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Last and First Men
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Enigma of the Axial Age
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Capitalism, Communism and the Evolution of Civilization

World History and the Eonic Effect
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Kant’s Challenge Resolved
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World History and the Eonic Effect (Abridged)
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R48G: Coming of Postcapitalism

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Samkhya: Ancient and Modern
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Debriefing Gurdjieffianity
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Decoding World History: The Eonic Effect

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Decoding World History  is a presentation of the data for the so-called ‘eonic effect’ and the hidden process of historical ‘evolution’. It can dispel the ideological muddle of current evolutionary pseudo-science and its reductionist scientism. This book demonstrates an accelerated way to study this mysterious teleological structure and its implication of the ultra-complex system of evolutionary history, for so long confused by Darwinism and its oversimplifications. The study of world history in light of the ‘eonic effect’ unlocks the secret of the emergence of homo sapiens as he enters history as a free agent and points to the hidden structure of his emergence in a mysterious Gaian planetary control system.  As man emerges from this matrix of guided evolution he needs to confront the eerie challenge of sudden self-evolution. The fate of civilizations of the future beckons as he exits the larger system at work. The nature of evolution in deep time remains an unsolved riddle, but the data of the eonic effect gives us a hint and can help to dispel the endless confusion created by the current biological paradigm as disguised Social Darwinist propaganda.

Decoding World History: The Eonic Effect: The Eonic Evolution of Civilization

https://nemonemini.files.wordpress.com/2021/03/decoding-world-history-ed-1_6dcdx.pdf
From the Preface to Decoding World History:

World history is an undiscovered country. Contemporary understandings show great confusion and make obvious the lack of a scientific perspective. Compared to the facility of physics, at least in the context of its mysterious mathematical methods that seem to develop in a just-in-time synchrony with the needs of new theories, the field of history shows no real reductionist resolution. The reason should be obvious: the issues of psychology and consciousness, values over facts, social existence, and religious versus secular discourses. History must grapple with the idea of freedom, physics must not. But all at once we confront a surprise in the reformulation of the question; the eonic effect, stumbling into an awesome mystery tour through ages in transition. One thinks of the classic phrase, voices of silence. We catch a glimpse of history’s law of motion. But that perception is of a crude outer mechanics that evolves a much more elusive complexity that has a character not seen in physics, such as ethical and aesthetic aspects, the realm of values beyond facts.
This book will attempt to demonstrate this hidden factor and approach the issue of a science of history indirectly via a new discovery we have called the eonic effect as the first real step to such a science. As we enter the unknown, we find a phenomenon of nature that still eludes us with a complexity of a new order of magnitude. We often confront machines we cannot understand, but we can see what they do. The eonic effect in history gives us a glimpse of (historical) evolution: a field of form effects operating over a species region. It is mysterious yet we can see what it is doing.

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The Last Revolution: Postcapitalist Futures
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Decoding World History
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Descent of Man Revisited
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Democratic_Market_Neo_Communism_ver_5(2)
Failure of Darwinism
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Last and First Men
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Enigma of the Axial Age
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Capitalism, Communism and the Evolution of Civilization

World History and the Eonic Effect
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Kant’s Challenge Resolved
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World History and the Eonic Effect (Abridged)
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R48G: Coming of Postcapitalism

Crisis_of_Modernity_kindle_illust_landon
Samkhya: Ancient and Modern
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Debriefing Gurdjieffianity
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Decoding World History: The Eonic Effect

Decoding World History ED 1_6dcdx

Decoding World History  is a presentation of the data for the so-called ‘eonic effect’ and the hidden process of historical ‘evolution’. It can dispel the ideological muddle of current evolutionary pseudo-science and its reductionist scientism. This book demonstrates an accelerated way to study this mysterious teleological structure and its implication of the ultra-complex system of evolutionary history, for so long confused by Darwinism and its oversimplifications. The study of world history in light of the ‘eonic effect’ unlocks the secret of the emergence of homo sapiens as he enters history as a free agent and points to the hidden structure of his emergence in a mysterious Gaian planetary control system.  As man emerges from this matrix of guided evolution he needs to confront the eerie challenge of sudden self-evolution. The fate of civilizations of the future beckons as he exits the larger system at work. The nature of evolution in deep time remains an unsolved riddle, but the data of the eonic effect gives us a hint and can help to dispel the endless confusion created by the current biological paradigm as disguised Social Darwinist propaganda.

Decoding World History: The Eonic Effect: The Eonic Evolution of Civilization

https://nemonemini.files.wordpress.com/2021/03/decoding-world-history-ed-1_6dcdx.pdf
From the Preface to Decoding World History:

World history is an undiscovered country. Contemporary understandings show great confusion and make obvious the lack of a scientific perspective. Compared to the facility of physics, at least in the context of its mysterious mathematical methods that seem to develop in a just-in-time synchrony with the needs of new theories, the field of history shows no real reductionist resolution. The reason should be obvious: the issues of psychology and consciousness, values over facts, social existence, and religious versus secular discourses. History must grapple with the idea of freedom, physics must not. But all at once we confront a surprise in the reformulation of the question; the eonic effect, stumbling into an awesome mystery tour through ages in transition. One thinks of the classic phrase, voices of silence. We catch a glimpse of history’s law of motion. But that perception is of a crude outer mechanics that evolves a much more elusive complexity that has a character not seen in physics, such as ethical and aesthetic aspects, the realm of values beyond facts.
This book will attempt to demonstrate this hidden factor and approach the issue of a science of history indirectly via a new discovery we have called the eonic effect as the first real step to such a science. As we enter the unknown, we find a phenomenon of nature that still eludes us with a complexity of a new order of magnitude. We often confront machines we cannot understand, but we can see what they do. The eonic effect in history gives us a glimpse of (historical) evolution: a field of form effects operating over a species region. It is mysterious yet we can see what it is doing.

Graeber’s new paradigm?….Dawn of Everything instantly obsolete…//Is the doom of humanity really inevitable? Maybe not  

Source: Is the doom of humanity really inevitable? Maybe not – Alternet.org

Useful effort to deal with Graeber et al. and their Dawn of Everything. We have discussed the book several times here and we can try again to deal with the new perspective, such as it is. I have not read the book: I got a Kindle version, read a little and then turned it in for a refund. I may have to relent and buy it again. But I know from hard experience that professors trapped in the universities will never create a sound foundation because they are confused about evolution, vitiating the work.
I have these professors pegged. To discuss what Graeber discusses requires considering evolution and Darwinism. But since the professoriat cannot dissent from Darwin, they are stuck trying to innovate at the fringes. To critique Hobbes and Rousseau is…be my guest, but here attacking their short paragraphs about human origins is not much. Hobbes and Rousseau are so baked into the early rise of modern political science that to take them on with potshots about their dated anthropology is not much of a much. It is potshot paradigm change at work, the tactics of those who cannot construct a sound foundation for anthropology.
Graeber talks about new evidence, etc, but the stunning realization from all that new research such as in archaeology shows clearly but incompletely how the evolutionary dynamic works, or so we suspect. The challenge to the stolid theories of stages is on target but the evidence shows that stages are real but only in a more general sense.
I refer to the eonic effect and its model. The ‘stages’ are more like a clock that operates via transitions…cf. that model in Decoding World History
But the current club mentalities in academia, biology, and even the Left are confused that to do research on historical anthropology is going to end up in confusion.
The eonic model ironically is so vast in scope that it often escapes bad paradigms of the type Graeber critiques because it is out of time and moves on. A good example is the issue of inequality in the Neolithic is a good example. The challenge may be entirely apt, but in the end noone can be quite sure. etc…

I recommend strongly considering the data of the eonic effect. The eonic model is helpful because it is not stuck in academic peer review which is a professors guarantee of being confused on evolution, thence history. If you want new research, here it is, the change in perspective due to archaeology and world history since the dawn of era of Champollion. You MUST debrief Darwinism and Darwin’s theory of natural selection, and then consider the implications for historical anthropology.
It is hard to know how to learn from such books in this context. I am all for new insights into the issues of early man, but who can really resolve that to any facts and in the context of the Darwin mass hallucination?

https://redfortyeight.com/?s=Graeber

The Creation of Inequality – Google Books

 A warning to take the eonic effect into account…

Moral Origins: The Evolution of Virtue, Altruism, and Shame – Kindle edition by Boehm, Christopher. 

‘The Dawn of Everything’ gets human history wrong | Climate & Capitalism


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History beyond theory as chronologies of ‘evolutionary’ sequences

decoding-world-history-ed-1_6dcdx: Decoding World History…
Having critiqued historical theory in general, and Marxist historicism in particular, we might consider the eonic model for a moment to see how we might proceed toward a resolution of the dilemma of science and history. What grounds do we have to do this better than Marx and Hegel? Easy, neither had heard of Sumer. Their factual base was very limited, and a tremendous revolution in data has occurred in the last two centuries. It is suddenly clear where we were going wrong, although there is no simple way past chronic confusion. Why? Because the amount of data explodes almost exponentially and we have to read thousands of books, and then thousands more after that. That data is the first step to theory and without it theory is simply imaginary. But a strange thing has happened, we can at least get within ‘judicious guesswork’ range toward what is going on:
First we must get past Darwinism, an unlikely step but essential. The grounds for its rejection are completely clear however. We end with the same problem with evolution that we have with history: we have no theory of evolution, but lots of data about its empirical chronology.
But looking a world history now we have a strong hint: world history is an evolutionary continuation of evolution in deep time.
It is not random evolution in either case.
Historical evolution seems to appear in the simplest and most obvious fashion: a series of directed stages or eras, of which we can see only three, or two and a half: from Egypt/Sumer, classical antiquity, and the rise of the modern.
This system seems to be driven not by evolving civilizations but by a set of transitions inside them. The source of these is not clear but they constitute a direct and intuitive insight into how large systems can ‘evolve’, if we dare use that term, otherwise ‘develop’ would work fine.

That’s it to start. We get a strong hint, but we don’t have enough data even now to complete the analysis. But we suspect what a ‘theory’ about history would involve: a discussion of a system operating in a frequency sequence along with a way to operate beyond sequence in a parallel fashion. It shows directionality, thence we suspect teleology, but that term is unsafe to use without a long discussion, but the point is that development in all cases and here in particular shows design, or directed action. Everything in nature shows design and there is no theological conclusion to that.

We should stop there. We see why historical theory has proven so fruitless, and the way to get beyond that, but only if we can manage huge amounts of data, equally distributed across times and periods of world history.
There appears to be no economic key to this data. Economies appear quite obviously in all civilizations, and while that might well determine many aspects of culture there is no real base/superstructure conclusion we can draw. Our emerging model lacks data even for the Neolithic, what to say for periods before that but we are getting suspicious: the evolution of species probably will resemble our fragment: directed transitions in short bursts over a given range (world history only shows a limited range of ten thousand years since the period just before the Neolithic, and hard data only since ca. 3000 BCE). But this result makes complete sense as far as it goes, except for its strange self-contradiction, in reality a huge plus: operation in sequence and parallel. No theory there, but an intuitive insight into the obvious reason for that: to cover a given ground you can’t do that operating in a single path: you must integrate over multiple regions, to cover a surface.

We struggle with Marx/Hegel on history, but they both echo Kant whose short essay on history grounds the debate. That essay asks us to resolve the challenge of history and we must claim that our eonic fragment is the all important clue and that Hegel and Marx were without sufficient data to escape a huge swamp of confusion over theory, theory still in the far too limited range of (Newtonian) physics, which can’t resolve world history to a causal system of that type. History is an evolutionary system and we don’t know what drives evolution, although we can empirically map its phases as chronology.

The issues of democracy and socialism are easy to fit into this model (not a theory) in the most obvious way: democracy emerges in relation to world history as a breakthrough toward freedom in society, and socialism follows swiftly in its wake as a way to complete democracy which as Marx clearly saw was liable to capitalist penetration.

Hegelian geist and Marxist base/superstructure are theory phantoms. Hegelian geist sure would be handy as a tool in our kit: a X/something/gaseous vertebrate that can act anywhere at any time…Capitalism tends to dominate its superstructure, to be sure, but there is no direct determination and it does not really determine the overall culture.

The eonic effect is a direct glimpse or snapshot still incomplete but it can help us to stabilize thinking beyond the quagmire of theory in simple outlines and chronologies. .

Step one is to get free of Darwinism. The current generations of academic experts is incapable of doing that, so confusion will continue to reign. The whole field has become hopeless idiocy, and in more brands than just the Hegelian or Marxist.

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Postcapitalist Futures: The Last Revolution
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Decoding World History
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Descent of Man Revisited
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Two Manifestos
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Democratic Market Neo-Communism
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Failure of Darwinism
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