Four, four, everywhere four

Business books often seem to feature fours. Even Ken Wilber. Four kinds of people needed, quadrants for this and for that. It is as if we are unable to think beyond two binary dimensions and their interplay. Or we think our readers cannot. We perhaps need to raise questions and ways of thinking that are beyond the two factors, ways which take not just 3 or 10 or 10,003 factors into account, but realize that they might interact not just mathematically but exponentially and beyond; requiring many minds to be able to wrap around them enough to ask wise questions.

:- Doug.

Published in: Conversations | on August 26th, 2006 | No Comments »

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