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					CONFLICTS AND WARS By Florian Colceag Introduction Human history is almost equivalent with the history of various conflicts and wars. All these conflicts developed some similar patterns by various cultures and changed the face of the planet. It is the history of the human instincts that broke the fragile skin of civilization obtained by education. A more refined analyses of the human history reveals a cyclicity of several phases that always lead the populations to conflicts, and finally to wars. We can easily recognize a phase of philosophy, followed by a phase of laborious work, than by a hedonistic phase that finally degenerated in a conflicting phase culminating usually with cruel and painful wars. After the war a new philosophical phase is blooming for a while, but the cycle will repeat permanently. As a result of these cycles some psychological categories of population bloom, or are shadowed in various stages of the cycle, are encouraged or discouraged, and frequently severely punished in their attempt to express their thoughts and desires. It is not only the ancient history that is abundant in such phenomena, but also the recent history. If we want to see examples we can read the history of the Soviet gulag, of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, of the South African aperheit, and in our times of the American influence in the Persia Gulf. And these recent examples are not unique. The long list of horrors, and innocent blood, of poverty and oppression can be completed in any culture. This paper makes an attempt to enlighten the hidden mechanisms of these phenomena. For this purpose the content of this article uses some specific mathematics. This mathematics that is based on the structure of authomorphism of the feedback cycles in the theory of algebraic fractals (see Algebraic fractals cellular automata on www://austega.com /florin /). The entire theory able to model the complexity of the human development based on instincts can be developed only in computer programs applications, due to its complexity. Here is only a pale shadow, and a projection of this complexity, that uses a limited number of rules, but the theory behind this article can be expanded. Instincts, and instinctual human life. Humans always struggled against their instincts using education, but in the same time revealed these instincts by the military institutions, in order to prepare people for the alternative of the war. These instincts are in us and with us all the time. The biological sciences describe in the temporal lobe three centers: for fear, for fury, and for sexuality that are very close to each other, so close that exciting one center the effect will diffuse to the other two centers. So for examples by exciting the center of fear in a conflict will be obtained also fury that can become the start for a destructive conflict, and of course sexuality that fills the world with children during, and after the war. These three instincts will create several typical behaviors of second and third order. By combining fear with fury will obtain emigration, by combining fear with sexuality will obtain hierarchy, and by combining fury and sexuality we obtain territoriality. We can recognize also that by combining territoriality with hierarchy we obtain sexuality, and this combination let us understand the tendency of the conquerors to rape the conquered females. Also by combining hierarchy with emigration we obtain fear. Bitter is the bread of an emigrant in a foreign country, striking with the arrogance of a different people, and using a different language. By combining territoriality with emigration we obtain fury. We have numerous examples

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of fury due to the massive migration of a culture of a foreign territory. The same instinctual behavior is visible when an army acts on an occupied territory; not humanism and compassion, but pure fury.

The third order of instincts is due to more complex perspectives. Fear and fury in the perspective of territoriality, and hierarchy give group’s norms. These norms teaches us how to behave in order to protect yourself in the group, without attracting the anger of somebody superior to you in the hierarchy. Fear and sexuality regarded in the light of hierarchy and emigration will create administration. If you don’t obey to the administration you risk be rejecting out of the group, or more recently imprisoning. We can consider that this custom is a form of rejection without emigration out of the cultural territory. Sexuality is expressed in this case by the possibility to have unlimited access to any female if you are an administrator, representing of the power. Finally by combining fear, and sexuality in the perspective of territoriality and emigration we obtain war. Wars are always created by the fear that the adversary can start a war, and conquer you, take your females, your territory, and put you in prison, or forcing you to emigrate (see Figure 1). The temporal lobes lead our social instinctual behavior as well as every social animal’s behavior, but we are certainly more complex, and more imagining than any other species. Our terrible imagination is able to create and amplify a small danger, to justify every crime we commit in the name of our culture’s defense, to create mass distraction weapons, or to change the meaning of a message in the demagogy people’s manipulation, such as to make them to forget that they should be human beings. Different religions promoted various techniques able to make the human species to be human, but our temporal-frontal instincts proved to be stronger. So the human species is not now only the most dangerous for the other species in the entire world, but also for the members of the same species. One of the effects of this dangerous tendency is human’s cultural offence and human’s cultural rejection. Reading Alexander Soljenitin’s novel « The Gulag », we can understand why at this time on the social psychology map there are more visual spatial than auditory sequential in the ex-communist countries. The human by human

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extermination of the nazi period, or of the inquisition period follow the same pattern of eliminating the undesired people by a culture, who don’t obey the rules of the respective culture. This tendency we can follow during the history, from the most primitive people to the most recent and actual history of the world. All these crimes were and are culturally justified, creating walls among cultures that lead to cultural differentiation, cultural offence, and finally cultural contempt and aggression. This is why some psychological characteristics are more common to the people of a culture than to the people of another culture. In this article there are identified three categories of people from the psychological perspective: visual-spatial; auditorysequential; and kinestethics. From the war’s history each of these categories will correspond with some typical behaviors: defensive war for the visual-spatial; offensive war for the auditory-sequential, and surviving and profit war for the kinestethics. No people contain only one category of these three, so it is very difficult to differentiate conflicts behavior referring only to the psychological aspects. Only a computer application program due to its complexity can do a more accurate reflection and modeling of the conflict and war. In the actual model the three groups are considered to be differentiated by the behaviors on the three stages of instinctually described in the figure 1. If we denominate the stage of fear, fury and sexuality as instinctual stage; the stage of administration, war, and group’s norms as the organizing stage; and the stage of territoriality, hierarchy, and immigration as the social stage, we can characterize the three psychological patterns by using the most important, the second and the least active for the normality, stress, and danger periods. For example the auditory sequential are more determined to behave in the stage of normality by imposing groups’ norms, internal or external war, and administrating systems. The internal war is organized by the police system, national security system, and if it is necessary in the final part by the military structures. For normality the second stage is the social stage, conditioned by the organizing stage, and the third is instinctual stage conditioned by the social stage. For example, characteristic for the auditory sequential cultures is politeness in the social stage, but this politeness is determined by the organizing stage (seeTable 1).
Normal Visualspatial Auditsequent Kinest most Instinct Organi zing Social middle Organi zing Social Instinct least Social Instinct Organi zing Stress Visual_ spatial Auditsequent Kinest most Organi zing Social Instinct middle Social Instinct Organi zing least Instinct Organi zing Social Danger VisualSpatial Auditsequent Kinest most Social Instinct Organi zing middle Instinct Organi zing Social least Organi zing Social Instinct

Table 1 As can be noticed the main difference among these categories is their different kinds of perception of reality in different moments. They will act because of this characteristic in very different ways for different situations. Acting patterns Acting ways are determined by their differentiated perception of the reality. This perception leads to a very particular stile of processing reality that is psychologically determined by several sequences of thinking that are culturally transmitted and preserved. The following characterization starts from the hypothesis that the response of a psychological type to a situation can be quantified. In Table 3 there are identified a number of sequences characterized by numbers, each number representing a typical position in front of a new information that are described in Table 2.

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Conservative Avoiding changes

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Change of perspective using two perspectives

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Critical but not-destructive view

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Opposing to any unfamiliar detail

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Adapting new patterns, preserving old norms

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Transforming foreign patterns in own codes

Table 2 For example Change of perspective (2) will mean to see something from two perspectives. In the normal daily attitude this means to be able to see someone else’s position, to be in his or her shoes, and to understand his or her point of view, to compare this point of view with your own, and see who is right and who is wrong considering the admitted social patterns of behavior. Critical but not destroying view (3) can be translated in daily language by opposition to someone else’s perspective, defending attitude for your perspective. In this conditions you are convinced that you are right, and you will defend your rights by any means. You have lots of arguments to define your logic, and you are not very interested in the adversary’s arguments because these arguments can not be good in the same time with your arguments. Opposing to any unfamiliar detail (4) means in daily language that you are sensitive and defensive to someone else’s arguments, and you don’t want to hear these arguments. This attitude can be finalized by aggressive actions for anybody uses these forbidden arguments. So you have a system of taboos, and a very aggressive attitude about disobeying these taboos. Adapting new patterns by preserving norms (5) means that you have to adjust part of your rules to a new situation, but you sacrifice the minimum possible. You are not happy to change something but it is the only solution to adjust to a new situation. Finally transforming patterns in your own codes (6) means that you will find a set of very important and general rules that characterize your culture or behavior, and will preserve everything considering this ruling system. Your thinking horizon will largely open because of these rules, and will accept a lot of other influences that were not accepted before. The action is never indifferent (1). This conservative and avoiding changes result will appear as a result of a set of applications of the other patterns (2, 3, 4, 5, and 6) (See De Bono, Six Thinking Hats). In this case the general result will be conservative, and the culture will be stable but dynamic. Each culture has a thinking pattern. These patterns were determined by their specific cultural philosophy, and if there is any sequence sequences that is destroyed by war, and an extinct civilization, their thinking patterns will reappear in a different culture. Their behavior will happen because all those thinking patterns are information components that are required by the global informational metabolism of the human global network. From this perspective, humanity is not considered as a collection of cultural cells that developed independently to each other, but as a components of a cultural global organism who has its own metabolism that require all kinds of information. This article presents just several aspects of this metabolism. We start by describing one thinking route corresponding to a cultural area of trust, and to a specific cultural philosophy. This route is not the only one, and the presentation is not detailed enough to become a useful instrument, but by using computer programs can become a useful assessing instrument. Table three describes by numbers the sequence of thinking patterns that lead to specific actions for every psychological type. In this table (a, and d) means visualspatial, (b, and e) means auditory sequential, and (c,and f) means kinestetics. The two halves of each column determine a specific behavior for each psychological type, described as dimensions. These dimensions will be characterized by verbs.

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To do (a) 234234 (b) 346346 (c) 624624 __________ (d) 235235 (e) 365365 (f) 625625 To become Table 3

To have (a) 235264 (b) 365324 (c) 635634 __________ (d) 234265 (e) 364325 (f) 624635 To integrate

To be (a) 234634 (b) 264364 (c) 324624 __________ (d) 635235 (e) 265365 (f) 325625 To protect

To do (a) 635264 (b) 265324 (c) 325634 __________ (d) 634265 (e) 264325 (f) 324635 To become

To have (a) 235224 (b) 365334 (c) 625664 __________ (d) 234235 (e) 364335 (f) 624665 To integrate

To be (a) 334234 (b) 664364 (c) 224624 __________ (d) 335235 (e) 665365 (f) 225625 To protect

From the algebraic fractal’s perspective the first three columns are made be feedback cycles with self generating systems that give identity for composition. The other three columns are made by imperfect cycles that don’t have self-generating systems, and don’t have identity for composition. This complex structure will create an algebraic fractal that is able to develop preserving old properties and developing new properties for the superior stages of complexity. If instead of this simple characterization of the social psychological structure we take the next stage of complexity in a computer program’s application, we will obtain a better accuracy in the description of the social dynamic including conflicts and wars. Even in this simple characterization we can find instruments of understanding of this dynamic, and ways to stop a conflicting situation considering the psychological characteristic of people involved in a war. Anyway we can notice that, if for a multicultural world this simple description can be convenient, for the global world, and culture, it is insufficient. We can also understand that the world as an entire social, cultural, economical, political, and environmental organism has its own metabolism. Each human psychological category is necessary in this metabolism, and a better understanding of this metabolism can permit the design of instruments leading to the global solution of the actual crises. Description of the dynamic The dynamic of the world at the instinctual social and organizing level don’t contain the exceptions. In fact these exceptions are the promoters for solutions, and for a non-instinctual way of life. The big mass of people that are not exceptions can also become exceptions with very high specific educational efforts that will eliberate them from the instinctual commands. Even if the old religious experiences in this direction failed, this is the unique way to solve the problems of the moment, the actual crises, ant to evolve to a superior stage of humanism. The following descriptions will briefly express the general pattern for any psychological category following the Table 3. For example 2 will mean a change of perspective regarding the previous notion of the feedback cycle or of the dominator, 4 is a deny of the values previously expressed, etc. The keys for connecting this information are given by the way, in which different authomorphisms forming the feedback cycle compose to each other. Transferring this observation into the social psychology we find the internal logic used by different cultures in various situations. Specific unconscious questions and response assessment following the same cultural and psychological patterns can express these logical patterns. As every action is based on these models of analyses, finally we obtain the general pattern of cultural responses for various stimuli.

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a) Visual-spatial, (to do) dimension, stress 1 ; conservative workers ; 234234 (2) Reflects critically the position of manager; [3] Thinks to possible improvements without acting; (4) passively oppose to the system mimics participation; [2] Looks cynically and with contempt to any action; (3) justifies nonparticipation through the inertia of the system; [4] mimics obedience for the system, but designees profit personal alternatives from other sources Key Critical reflection from manager’s perspective 2 is done with passive opposition 4. Passive opposition involves the inertia of the system 3. The same inertia of the system is involved in the managerial perspective 2. The thought to the improvement of the system « , is not fulfilled because of the cynicism and contempt 2. Cynicism and contempt 2 lead to obedience mimic, designing personal profit alternatives from different sources, or from parasiting the system. The thought for possible improvements without personal actions leads also to mimic obedience for the system, designing personal profit alternatives from other sources, or from parasiting the system. NOTE The visual spatial form a sensitive system with random movements, sympathetic, traditionalist, and with the tendency to escape in philosophy. We can see these characteristics of normal behavior in the ex-socialist and communist industrial development, and in the actual time and before. It is also present in many countries with a high proportion of visual-spatial. b) Auditory-sequential, (to do), stress 1, conservative workers, 364364 (3) Analyses the causes searching perfecting methods; [6] transfers patterns with higher efficiency adapting to real local needs; (4) search the weakest links or contradictions for canceling; [3] reevaluate how the system works, adjusting the own values and attitudes; (6) weakest links that proved resistant for canceling are transferred in the own culture after they become useful in a domain; [4] the resistance is assessed again, also the adaptability, fiability, eliminating the not adapted, and not perfectly integrated. Key The causes analyze for perfection 3 leads to the search of the weakest links 4. These links leads to the transfer of the resistant links in their own culture assessing their utility. Causes analyses 3 target utility and its improvement through pattern transfer. High efficiency patterns transfer 6 is conditioned by the critical reevaluation after adjusting values and attitudes 3. The transfer of patterns 6 leads again to an assessment of the resistance of the system 4. Functioning reevaluation with the adjustment for values and attitudes3 leads to the transfer of patterns with high efficiency adjustable to real situations. NOTE The auditory- sequential have the tendency to form highly ordered systems, cold, and well organized, efficient, with arrogance tendencies, and escaping philosophically in utility. For the most part of these people the degree of required adaptability for social norms or natural condition is attempted to be low. They prefer to form their artificial ordered system in which to isolate and prosper. These systems are conditioned by specific norms and standards that auditory sequential have the tendency to impose to other people.

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c) Kinestethics; (to do), stress1, conservative workers 624624 (6) Local cultural patterns are transferred in own codes insisting on the discovery of sensitive points; [2] sensitive points are carefully analyzed adopting in parallel other perspectives; (4) consequently there is a reevaluation of the own values that must be protected, isolating a values nucleus; [6] Patterns transforming is done by developing activities targeting the weaknesses or sensitivities of the host system; (2) Perspective changes leads to the perfection of own produce, that has to induce tolerance and promotion in the host culture. [4] Defensive values of the host system are denied, this one being culturally invaded. Key The local culture’s patterns are transferred in own codes targeting the reevaluation of own values nucleus 4; this action targets the change of perspective leading to perfecting the own cultural product that has to induce tolerance and promotion by the host 2. This tolerance is targeted also by the transfer of foreign cultures in the own pattern. The sensitive points of the host 2 are analyzed targeting 4 negation of the defensive values of the host. Own patterns transformation targets both the analyses of the weak points or by miming, and negation of the defensive host’s system that is culturally invaded. NOTE Kinestethics form systems with circular movements are warm, and full of passion, with a very dynamic order, flexible, with the tendency for escape in raving, and artistic. They are not usually very stable on a territory, and are very adaptable to a new environment. d) Visual-spatial; (to become); stress 1 conservative workers 235235 (2) The own culture or person is regarded in a cosmic perspective; [3] defects are identified, and thins anathemised; (5) symbolic social pattern preserving high norms are adopted; [2] the perspective about life is changed, this one having the possibility to lead to self-sacrifice; (3) the analytical look identifies the external causes that can alter the divine pattern; [5] self-sacrificial tendency permits to attach and undermine « the evil », compensated by cosmic promotion. Key Cosmically perspective targets both dogmatic symbolisms of social patterns 5, and the external causes altering the cosmic pattern 3. The adoption of symbolic social patterns 5 targets the self-sacrifice in attacking, and undermining « the external evil » 3.So are there are created social structures designated to this purpose like Mafia’s secret organizations, terrorist organizations, etc. The change of perspective 2 with self-sacrificial forms targets both 3 identification of anathemised sins, and 5 attacking or undermining of « the sin ». Identification of "« the sin » targets the attack and undermine of the evil by any price 5.

NOTE In this « becoming stage there are not definitive actions yet leading to an immediate conflict, but reformist propagandistic actions. Becoming is conditioned by accumulation like glory that brings respect and prosperity. e) Auditory-sequential, stress 1, conservative workers, «365365 (3) Discover the organizing defects and deviation from linearity; [6] transfers other’s cultures patterns in models of analyses of the own culture, preserving the own

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codes; (5) adjust the surface of own patterns such as not to develop cultural contact contradictions; [3] watches critically the contact produce obtained through fundamental referential’s perspective; (6) translates the fundamental referential in the own norms, [5] adjusts to these norms, and respect them. Key The organizing defects and linearity deviation targets through discovery both own patterns adaptation on the social contact’s surface, and the fundamental referential translation in own norms 5. Own patterns adaptation on the social contact’s surface 5 targets the translation of the fundamental referential in own norms 6 . The criticism of the contact produce obtained through the perspective of fundamental referential 3 is the result both of the transformation of other’s culture patterns in analyzing models of the own culture, and of the adaptation of the fundamental norms, and of their respect. Other culture’s patterns transformation in analysis models of the own culture 6 targets the adaptation to fundamental norms and to their respect. NOTE The individual « becoming (evolution) » is connected to the social evolution. Becoming is conditioned by order accumulation, leading to prosperity. f) Kinesthetic, stress 1, conservative workers, 625625 (6) Take the own or host patterns, and transfers them in an artistically own product, or cultural product. [2] Charges the own product with feelings, or own cultural factor; (5) adjusts the product such as to find a social utility; (6) readjust the product after the response from the market such as to create market’s needs. [2] Watches critically these needs for optimizing the product; (5) imposes to the market their own adjusted patterns, but preserving their own traditional norms. Key Cultural patterns 6 transferred in artistic product targets both the adaptation of the product such as to find a social utility 5, and optimization 2 Product’s adaptation such as to find social utility5 targets optimization 2. Market’s response 6 and the creation for market necessities targets both 2 charging the own product with feelings or own cultural factors, and imposing their own adjusted factors 5. Product’s charge with cultural factor targets optimization. NOTE Becoming represents the conquest of symbolic positions or fortune, without damaging the own cultural nucleus, by using the own culture or a foreign culture as a cultural acting medium. Although the pragmatism of the kinestethics « becoming » is apparently in market’s norms, these norms are frequently savagely avoided. The tendency of association in networks of kinestethics replace usually the free market with monopolistic tendencies imposed to other cultures. « Becoming » is usually connected with money; becoming rich, and powerful.

a) Visual spatial, stress 2, hedonists, to have, 235264 (2) The perspective of « living the moment » is imposing as an alternative to the vertical relation with cosmic patterns; [3] an opinion fashion is created dedicated to the ephemeral; (5) decadent culture’s affinities are discovered; [2] perspectives about standards of life and way of living is changing; [6] foreign patterns of living are absorbed, and translated in own codes; (4) any attempt for control and correction is denied under the pretext of old fashion. Key
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Foreign patterns 6 are absorbed and directed towards living the moment2 and discovering affinities with decadent cultures 5; living the moment2 is directed towards affinities with other decadent cultures 5; the change of perspective about standards of life, and way of living is directed both towards the opinion fashion dedicated to the ephemeral 3, and towards the negation of attitudes correction attempts 4. NOTE The hedonism of visual spatial is positively reflected in the economic dynamic, and in multy-culturality, in a positive manner. New ways and perspectives are opened. b) auditory sequential, stress 2, hedonistic, to do, 365324 (3) Critical view about the own culture create neo-modernist trends; [6] local specific pattern’s transformation is symbolically imposed through the fashion; (5) fashion is adapting the own cultural patterns, preserving the own hierarchies and norms; [3] The look through the perspective of social patterns and fashion create market’s dynamic; (2) market’s dynamic require permanent change of perspective; [4] any attempt for psychological or economical control over the market is denied, letting the market to decide . Key Market’s dynamic 2 is targeted by the critical neomodernist look over the own culture 3, and by fashion’s adaptation to the own cultural patterns that preserve norms, and hierarchies 5; Adapting own cultural patterns 5 preserving norms and hierarchies targets perspective changes 2 leading to market’s dynamic. The negation of psychological and economical control over the market targets both patterns transformation 6 imposed by market, and the look through market’s perspective 3. The negation of market’s control targets 6 pattern’s inclusion expressed by fashion. NOTE Neoliberal tendencies are economically supplemented by very strict police control and media manipulation by the political sector. c) kinesthetic, stress 2, hedonistic, to do, 625634 (6) Transforming in own codes the cultural patterns of host and neighbor cultures; [2] is creating a change of perspective of own culture; (5) foreign patterns are adapted for the own culture, by preserving the internal norms of the own culture; [6] norms and customs of foreign cultures are adopted, and integrated in own codes; (3) foreign customs adopting is critically but not-destructively regarded; [4] people influenced by other cultures are rejected and denied. Key Transformation in own codes 6 of the foreign cultural patterns is the result both of foreign pattern adoption 5, and of the critical look about foreign habits 3.Foreign patterns adoption 5 involves critical and not-destructive view3 about foreign habits. Negation and rejection of the influenced by other cultures 4 leads both to adoption of foreign emancipating habits 6, and creation of own cultural perspective change. Cultural perspective change 2 leads to the adoption and integration of foreign habits that are integrated in own cultural codes. NOTE Kinestethics’ hedonism is expressed by the need of capital accumulation obtained by adaptation to foreign norms. Generally speaking hedonistic tendencies of kinesthetic is positively expressed through the perspective of market’s dynamic, by

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creating unique products easily absorbed by the market. Banishing kinesthetic hedonists is compensated by a high birth rate of the conservatory kinesthetic. d) visual spatial, stress 2, to integrate, hedonistic, 234265 (2) The cultural perspective is changed adding the foreign perspective; [3] the own culture is critically regarded searching the roots for own defects; defects, (4) and defects generators are punctually criticized; [2] the perspective about defects is changed, becoming more flexible; (6) qualitative patterns behind these defects are searched; [5] qualitative patterns are adopted trying defects elimination through cultural absorption of these patterns. Key Cultural perspective change 2is targeted both by4 punctual opposition to the existing defects, and by 6foreign-pattern transformation by translating in own codes. The change of perspective regarding the defects due both to the critical perspective about the own culture, and by the adoption of eliminatory qualitative patterns regarding defects 5.Punctual opposition to defects generators 4 leads to the search of qualitative patterns behind these defects 6. The critical view about the own culture 3 leads to 2 the change of perspective regarding the defects induced by the cultural contact. NOTE From the perspective of cultural integration, the visual spatial cultures criticize the others; for example the EST criticizes the West. e) auditory sequential, stress 2, to integrate, hedonistic, 364325 (3) Other cultures’ defects critics is not destructive; [6] foreign patterns are attempted to be transferred and translated in own codes; (4) foreign cultural intrusion is strongly criticized creating a rejection phenomena; [3] critical attitude becomes more flexible considering higher norms; (2) the rejecting point of view is modified generating a perspective change; [5] foreign patterns are adopted by preserving the own norms, and generating a partial cultural integration. Key The critique about other cultures’ defects 3 is generated by both cultural intrusion 4, and perspective modification 2. The critique can be very punctual and vehement of xenophobe or racist style4 leads to perspective modification 2 with a reaction to absurd. Critique attitude flexibility 3 is due both to foreign patterns transfer attempt 6, and norms preservation 5. Norm’s preservation 5 leads to the transfer of foreign patterns 6 by translating in own codes. NOTE Xenophobia, racism, human rights, intolerance, multi culturally, neo Nazism, acceptance of foreign immigrants, are phenomena connected with auditory sequential integrating dimension. f) kinesthetics,stress 2, to integrate, hedonistics, 624635 (6) Foreign cultural patterns are transferred on the own specific; [2] foreign cultural perspective is changed by translating it in own codes, and by simplifying it; (4) total rejection critical attitude is taken regarding the foreign information that can not be understand in own codes; [6] understood information that is similar with own patterns is included in the own cultural pattern; (3) everything gets out from the enlarged pattern is criticized; [5] new patterns are adapted to norms. Key

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Cultural patterns transformation 6 is due both to the critical attitude of total rejection (generations conflict) 4, and to the critical perspective regarding the enlarged pattern. The critical attitude 4 of complete rejection from the conservatory generation creates more tolerant attitude of the young generation. Similar information with the own patterns 6 is conditioned both by translating foreign information in own codes, and by adapting norms to new patterns 5. Adapting norms to new patterns 5 leads to the change of foreign information perspective by translating in own codes. NOTE Cultural integration for each category is selective, and incomplete, preserving invariant the cultural nucleus, and modifying several cultural parameters that is able to assure minimal integration. So is assured minimum of integration without creating conflict and hostility with other cultures, mostly in less powerful cultures better integration was obtained when each category took profit about the advantages of collaboration with the other categories: complexity and deep thinking to visual spatial, order and hierarchy to auditory sequential, feelings and flexibility to kinesthetic. This conglomerate proved to be potentially symbiotic but nationalistic characteristics are preserved.

a) visual, spatial danger 1 warriors reformers, to be, 234634 (2) Perspective change by introducing a new perspective; [3] critical view regarding the real situation without solving; (4) contrary attitudes and controversies regarding solutioning or direct combat; [6] allies are searched, and their patterns are translated in own codes; (3) subordination or influences in alliances are critically regarded; [4] reformation attempt from the interior by eliminating the weak points. Key Contrary attitudes and controversies 4 are provoked by the perspective change 2 and by the critical view over allies 3. Change of perspective 3 influences the critical view about subordination in alliances 3.Search for allies 6is conditioned both by the critical view regarding the real situation, and by the attempt of internal reform 4.The reform attempt the from interior 4 influences the critical view about the real situation 3

NOTE Tensions are accumulated without necessarily starting a conflict. The system is attempted to be punctually reformed. b) auditory sequential, danger 1 reformers warriors, to be, 264364 (2) Change of perspective regarding the own condition; [6] partially integrated foreign patterns inclusion into the own cultural frame; (4) interior reactions of isolating kinds with return to the initial patterns (xenophobia); [3] analytical and critical view regarding own culture’s evolution; (6) attempt for imposing general patterns by translating in own codes; [4] very critical and defending attitude regarding the influence of foreign patterns. Key Internal isolating reaction is provoked both by 2 change of perspective regarding the own condition, and by 6attempt to impose general patterns like treaties. Attempt of imposing general patterns 6 conditions the change of perspective about the own condition due to the reduced elasticity brought by the general patterns. Critical and

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defending attitude regarding foreign patterns is imposed both by inclusion of foreign patterns into the own cultural frame 6, and by the critical and defending attitude 4 regarding foreign patterns. Critical and defending attitude 4 leads to the accentuated inclusion of foreign patterns into the own cultural frame 6, the patterns being partially integrated. c) kinesthetic, danger 1 reformers warriors, to be, 324624 (3) Critical view; [2] changes the perspective creating a new perspective; (4) very clear contrary attitudes are adopted; [6] the experimented patterns are transferred on the specific of the moment; (2) conditioned by previous experiences is a change of perspective; [4] internal and external attitudes are criticized. Key Contrary and punctually attitudes 4 depend both by 3 the critical regard, and by 2 change of perspective conditioned by the previous experiences. Change of perspective 2influences also the clear and punctual contrary attitudes. Transferring the experienced patterns 6 on the local specific of the moment depends both by the change of perspective 2, and by the internal and external critical attitude 4. Critical attitude also influences the change of perspective 2. NOTE While visual spatial accumulate tensions that can start conflicts sustained by beliefs in higher values, sequential become xenophobes, and kinesthetic prepare to accommodate to a potential conflict, eventually with profit. The actual moment can be assessed to be in this stage in a big part of the world. d) visual spatial, danger 1 reformer warriors, to protect, 635235 (6) Patterns transforming on the local specifics by translating in own codes; [3] critical view regarding situational changes; (5) adapting for patterns with norms preservation; [2] change of perspective; (3) critical view; [5] adaptation for new patterns preserving old norms. Key Adaptation for patterns preserving old norms depends both by pattern transformation on the local specific 6, and by the critical view 3. Critical view 3 also influences patterns adaptation with norm preservation 5. The change of perspective 2 is directly influenced both by the critical view regarding situational transformations and by adaptation to patterns with preservation for norms 5. Adaptation for patterns by changing norms 5, influences 3 critical look targeting situational transformations. NOTE This kind of self-protecting conflicting situation is characteristic for cultural emancipating movements, that direct the internal conflict toward a cultural structural transformation. e) auditory sequential, danger 1, warriors reformers, to protect, 265365 (2) Change of perspective; [6] transfer of specifically patterns; (5) adaptation for patterns by changing norms; [3] critical look over patterns and norms; (6) patterns transformation on the local specific. [5] Adaptation for patterns with preservation for old norms. Key Adaptation for patterns 5 is conditioned both by the change of perspective 2, and by pattern transformation on the local specific 6. The change of perspective 2 involves

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patterns transformation on the local specific 6. Critical view over patterns and norms 3, is conditioned both by pattern’s transformation on the local specific 6, and by the adaptation to patterns by preserving own norms 5. Adaptation for patterns with preservation for norms 5 influences pattern’s transformation on the local specific 6. NOTE There is the possibility to stop the conflict, and to protect, conditioned by understanding of the adversary point of view, and by the propagandistic machinery pro-war that has to change completely its direction. Old enemies can become allies or economical partners. f) kinesthetic ; danger 1 ; warriors reformers ; to protect ; 325625 (4) Critical view; [2] change of perspective; (5) adaptation to cultural patterns preserving old norms for both cultures; [6] patterns transformation on the local specific preserving old norms; (2) change of perspective including more than one culture; [5] adaptation for patterns preserving old norms. Key Adaptation for cultural patterns preserving two sets of norms 5 depends both by 3, critical look and by 2 change of perspective in the including perspective. The change of perspective2 leads to the critical non-destructive and non-aggressive look. Patterns’ transformation on the local specific 6, by translating in specific enlarged codes depends both by the change of perspective 2 and by adoption of patterns with preservation for norms 5. Adoption of patterns with norms preservation 5 influences the change of perspective 2. NOTE Relaxation of dangerous situations is been made by elimination of the versions that are refractory for the system, and by cultural change acceptance. GENERAL NOTE It is possible to avoid the terminator conflict in the cases when both the aggressor and the aggressed look in the other one perspective through diplomatic means. In this case in wars equation will enter other variables like military force, age, position, country’s magnitude, etc (see Brecker)

a) visual spatials, danger 2 demolishing warriors, to do, 635264 (5) Transforming foreign patterns on the local specific by cultural inclusion; [[3] critical and exclusivistic look, intolerance for foreign patterns; (5) readapting ancient patterns for actuality; [2] perspective change towards sacrifice or self sacrifice; (6) rediscovering old destroying patterns; [4] punctual demolish for everything foreign from the local culture. Key Patterns transformation on the local specific 6 is strictly conditioned by 5 readjustment of the ancient patterns for the actual time, that is directly dependent by 6, rediscovering specifically destructive rituals and patterns 6, and transformation of foreign patterns on the local specific. Change of perspective 2, conditions both intolerant and exclusive looks 3, and punctual demolition 4. Critical and exclusive look 3 conditions demolition 4. NOTE

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Visual spatial becomes demolishing after a long preparation ritual. Although they start with difficulty to war, this one being conditioned and by the cultural development, by pro- war justifications, it can have a long duration, involving several generations (full of self-sacrifice and passion). b) auditory sequential, danger 2 demolishing warriors, to do, 265324 (2) Change of perspective regarding the own cultural evolution; [6] inclusion for foreign patterns translated in an imposed way in own codes; (5) over abundant adaptation of foreign patterns that force norms preservation; [3] critical, but inefficient look; (2) oscillating perspective without preserving the initial vision; [4] intolerant attitude to system’s weaknesses. Key Intolerant attitude 4 to system’s weaknesses is influenced both by 3 critical but inefficient look, and by 6 inclusion of foreign patterns that are translated in an imposed way in own codes. Critical look 3 conditions patterns’ inclusion 6.oscilating perspective without preservation of vision 2 conditions overabundant adoption for foreign patterns5 that condition the change of perspective about own culture. Between oscillate perspective and change of perspectives about the own culture there is no causal conditions. NOTE Auditory sequential war of demolishing kind extends in the exterior for clarifying confusions or incongruences of the internal system. By solving these internal problems, the external wars decrease in amplitude, and stops (nationalistic wars, like nazi war). c) kinesthetic, danger 2, demolishing warriors, to do, 325634 (3) Critical but not destroying look; [2] change of perspective about the war; (5) adaptation to war’s patterns with norms preservation; [6] foreign patterns adoption for personal profit after translating these patterns in own codes; (3) critical but detached look about the war; [4] demolishing actions in own interests. Key 3critical look about the war leads to 5 complete adaptation war’s patterns with norms preservation, that leads to 3 critical look about the entire situation (a new way of life, cynic perspective). Demolishing actions in own interests are conditioned by foreign pattern adoption in the own interest 6 and by the change of perspective about the war 2 (business, profit). Patterns adoption for own interest 6conditions also the change of perspective about the war. NOTE Kinesthetic demolishing war becomes a profession like mercenary, weapons business, artistic productions about the war, war industry etc. Even if their participation in war is neither passional nor rational, they try to profit about the weaknesses of cultures in conflict strengthening their own position. GENERAL NOTE Demolishing war also exhausts the environmental resources without any care for recuperation. Is considered that the environment recuperates automatically, the principal care being the positioning in the social structures on more advantageous positions for exploiting these resources. d) visual spatial, demolishing warriors, to become,6634265

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(6) Absorption of foreign patterns translated in own and codes; [3] analytical, critical but detached look; (4) punctual opposition in the minimal sensitive points; [2] change of perspective for clarifying the situation; (6) valuing studied patterns, rejected before; [5] patterns adaptation preserves norms. Key Valuing long time studied patterns involves 4 punctual opposition in the minimal sensitive points (corruption, weak people) that involves 6 absorption of foreign patterns translated in own codes (laws). Change of perspective towards situation’s clarification 2 attracts critical, analytical, and detached view 3, and patterns adoption with norm conservation. This critical look 3 leads to new patterns that preserve norms. NOTE This kind of conflict is directed to palace strikes, Mafia’s wars respecting hierarchies, etc. Becoming has the aspect of power conquer political group is demolished and replaced by a different one, or a center of power is demolished and replaced at the international level. e) auditory sequential, demolishing warriors, to become, 264325 (2) Change of perspective; [6] the politic of patterns that are translated in own codes is changed; (4) critical punctual opposition about critical points is starting, and unanimously defined opinions are forming; [3] critical view targets the exact system’s transformations that are required; (2) new change of perspective is theoretically evaluated; [5] actions are designed conforming with new patterns. Key The new change of perspective theoretically evaluated 2 leads to 4 punctual opposition critical points, and unanimously defined opinions leading to 2 change of perspective. Political patterns’ change is reflected both by 6 change of policies of patterns, and by 5 adoption of actions adapted for new patterns. Critical view 3 directly influences 5 actions adoption adjusted to the new patterns. NOTE Becoming structuring is transformed in new political lines adjusted to new realities. A political line is demolished and replaced. f) Kinesthetic, demolishing warriors, to become, 324625 (3) Critical look; [2] change of global perspective; (4) punctual opposition about the internal traditional norms; [6] patterns transfer on the local specific by translating in traditional cultural norms; (3) not destructive criticism addressed to old traditions, [5] patterns adaptation with norms preservation. Key Old traditions critiques leads to 4 punctual opposition about traditional norms in an emancipating movement 4 that leads to a critical look 3. The transfer of patterns on the local specific 6 leads both to change of global perspective 2 and to adoption of patterns with norm preservation 5. NOTE A complex emancipating movement against dogmas that stop an adaptive movement does becoming of demolishing kind. A new generation is isolating, breaking old traditions, sometimes with maximum violence. GENERAL NOTE Becoming don’t involve spiritual evolution but social dynamic for balancing a critical situation by all means. Demolishing means are the most used

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For the visual spatial the visible political top is demolished. The political line is not severely changed if there are no external pressures. For the auditory sequential the abusive political line and its representants are demolished. For kinesthetic the spirit of a generation is demolished, and deferent and more vigorous leadership is imposed without changing the cultural substance in its nucleus

a) visual spatial, to have, reflexives, normal 1, 235224 (2) Change of perspective; [3] critical look regarding the transformation of the global situation; (5) adaptation for patterns with norms preservation; [2] change of perspective in new patterns; (2) global change of perspective after reform; [4] negation of tendencies to come back to the old stage. Key Adaptation for patterns with norms preservation 5 leads to 2 change of the global perspective after reform, and this one leads to 2 change of perspective by introducing a justifying new philosophy or perspective. Negation of tendencies for going back to the old stage 4 leads to change of perspective in new patterns. NOTE Generally speaking the past wars impose new existential norms, introduced by necessity. This fact leads to the change opportunism by sacrificing the heroic generation. For the visual spatial, the war is consuming up to the exhaustion of the interior substance, and of all resources. That fact makes them to be easy to administrate after the war, but without efficiency. b) auditory sequential, to have, reflexives, normal 1, 365334 (3) Critical view; [6] Adopting the patterns of cultures that was conflicting before and integrate them; (5) is accepted to preserve other’s cultures norms together with their cultural patterns; [3] cultural pattern system’s elasticity is critically regarded; (3) new multi culturally philosophies start to impose together with limited cultural freedoms; [4] cultural negation reactions are stopped by specific laws, but these reactions are tolerated out of law. Key Multi cultural philosophies and limited cultural freedoms lead to the acceptance and preservation (integration) of norms from other cultures 5. These lead to a critical look concerning the norms of group of the accepted that are influenced by the host’s patterns. Xenophobe reaction’s 4 stop with their tolerance out of law lead to the elasticity of cultural local patterns 3. NOTE Three is a big place for general freedoms and rights that diminish under the explosion limit intercultural contacts. Xenophobe attitude is preserved in the cultural substance, but its expression is forbidden. c) kinesthetic, to have, reflexives, normal 1, 625664 (6) Pattern’s transformation on the local specific; [2] change of perspective; (5) adaptation for patterns with norms preservation; [6] personal patterns are emancipating; (6) groups’ patterns are emancipating; [4] old stage is denied as primitive and not adjusted to the modern life.
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Key Adaptation for patterns with norm preservation 5 (respectability) imposes 6 group’s pattern emancipation that imposes transformation of local patterns 6. Old stage negation leads to personal pattern emancipation. NOTE Accumulations made during the war become at these time emancipation and respectability factors. Generally speaking adaptation for new patterns is done due to the hierarchy imposed by war fortunes’ respectability obtained in the old stile. Negation of primitivism or simplicity of the old stage creates the background for partial change of social patterns directed to different cultures to the entire group. d) visual spatial, to integrate, reflexives, normal 1, 234235 (2) Change of perspective; [3] critical view regarding the new perspective; (4) opposition regarding changing attitudes for a different perspective, [2] change of perspective regarding opposition and its role; (3) critical view; [5] patterns adaptation preserving norms. Key 4 opposition about changing attitude for perspective leads to 3 critical view with tolerance that influences 2 change of perspective.5 addition of patterns with norm preservation is rejected at 2 change of perspective about opposition and its role. NOTE Finally visual spatial accept new cultural patterns that is included into the own cultural pattern. It is possible the replacement of a significant part of the old cultural pattern, for example the language, and governing system, this one being preserved only in cultural traditions. Apparently integration is well done, but the patterns of reactivity to new events are preserved. e) auditory sequential, to integrate, reflexives, normal 1, 364335 (3) Critical view; [6] patterns transformations on the local specific translated in own codes; (4) opposition against forcing favorable attitudes, and new tensions creation; [3] phenomena evolution is critically viewed; (has a critical but tolerant view even about the own attitude; [5] adjust to new patterns as long as keep the own norms. Key Opposition against forcing attitudes leads to 3 self critical but tolerant attitude that has as result 3 critical but nondestructive view. Adaptation for local patterns 5 leads to the critical but tolerant look about phenomena. NOTE Integration is done by tolerance for a part of population sustaining the new regime, that fact corrupting the administrative system creating in time new tensions. f) kinesthetic, to integrate, reflexives, normal 1, 624665 (7) Patterns transformation on the local specific translated in own codes; [2] change of perspective; (4) punctual critique; [6] pattern selective transformation and elimination; (6) pattern’s transformation including traditions change; [5] adaptation to new patterns preserving norms. Key Punctual critique coming from community leads to 6 patterns’ transformation changing traditions, this leading to a new set of patterns with local specific.

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Adaptation to patterns with norm preservation 5 leads to patterns transformations and elimination of some of them. NOTE From the cultural perspective kinesthetic hardly renounce to their own culture, and completely integrate to a new culture. From the attitude perspective they preserve their thinking patterns.

a) visual spatial, active and inventive workers, to be, 234235 (3) Problems are attacked in substance trying to identify causes; [3] solving possibilities are attacked by clear actions; (4) is a very attentive and critical regard about the possibility for system to function properly; [2] the perspective changes, concentrating on details; (3) is a perspective look of invariant from two perspectives; [4] weaknesses are demolished strengthening the system. Key Problems attack 3 in substance lead both to 4 system’s functioning critique, and to 3 invariance from multiple perspectives. Solutioning through clear measures lead to 4 system’s weakness demolishment. NOTE Socio economical life can be made more efficient in a short time with organizing and increasing level of life consequences. b) auditory sequential, active and inventive workers , to be, 664364 (6) Changes means new ideas studied in own style. [6] More performing technologies are initiated; (4) is a critical assessment of social consequences; [3] the perspective is changed going to multi culturally; (6) adapt cultural patterns in simplified version; [4] wait critical violent reactions and design defense possibilities. Key 6 new studied ideas adjusted in own stile involve both critical social consequence calculus 4, and cultural pattern adaptation 6 in simplified version. New technologies 6 involve attendance for critical reactions from the system regarding jobs, and there are policies designed for shocks diminish through long life learning, and opportunity openings. NOTE The number of professions is multiplying and dynamic and elastic economical systems are promoted. c) kinesthetic, active and inventive workers, to be, 224624 (2) Emigrate to new territories; [2] adjust to unusual economical niches and discover the weaknesses of the new system; (4) reject foreign cultural influences, isolating the group; [6] transform their own cultural pattern such as to be able to process the new cultural information; (2) change the perspective through mimics; [4] integrate in the new habitat and profit on its weaknesses. Key Emigration to new territories led both to 4 rejection of foreign cultural influences, and group’s isolation and to 2 change of perspective by mimic. Adaptation to new economic niches 2 lead to integration in the new habitat or its parasitation. NOTE
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The existential dimension to kinesthetic is translated by their attempt to keep constant cultural contacts with similar groups of their people, and by gaining the daily living money. The emigrants belong to the category of rejected by their group, or searchers for richer living niches. d) visual spatial, active and inventive workers, to protect, 235235 (3) Critical view regarding the weaknesses of the system and of external danger; [3] critical view regarding internal management, and normative of the social life; (5) proposals regarding organizing patterns adjusted to the needs of the moment transferred from other experiences; [2] discussing the organizing patterns by group’s members; (3) canceling the weakest links from their cultural point of view; [5] adjustment to new patterns. Key The critical regard about the weaknesses of the system and of the external danger extends both to 5 organizing suggestions taken from other’s experiences, and over 3 canceling the weak cultural points. Critique about norms and internal organizing system reflects to 5 adjustment to new patterns. NOTE The movement directed to the future to analyze of potential problems produces an entire predicting industry and defense industry, directed against a potential danger. e) auditory sequential, active and inventive workers, to protect, 335235 (6) Accept and integrate different cultural external patterns; [6] transfer everything in life together norms; (5) adapt other’s cultures norms proposing them as variants; [3] change the perspective by studying every information or hypothesis; (6) transfer foreign patterns under the new perspective (what they believe about us?); [5] transfer behavior invariance in own cultural codes. Key Acceptance and integration of divers cultural patterns is reflected in both 5 adjusting the norms of living together to other cultures, and over 6 transfer of foreign patterns under the new perspective. Transfer in norms of living together leads to behavior invariance absorption from other cultures in own norms. NOTE The entire movement assures the protection of auditory sequential against adverse reactions from other cultures. f) kinesthetic, active and inventive workers, to protect, 225625 (2) The perspective changes in order to see the reactions of the social environment, and to model them in own interest; [2] the perspective changes creating a merchandise that covers the weaknesses of the system (art, pleasure, management, in-exploited niches) (5) new social customs and language is learned, ant the new cultures is mimed; [6] dedicated products for the new habitat are produced; (2) the reaction of new habitat is assessed, and other products are produced by perspective change; [5] new habits are adopted by cultural mimic preserving the own groups’ norms. Key Perspective change 2 for studying the reactions of the environment leads both to 5 mimic of new customs and language learning, and to 2 change of appreciation perspective of the own cultural products conditioned by the reaction of the social

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environment. The merchandise 2 that covers the weaknesses of the system leads to 5 cultural mimic with groups’ norms preservation. NOTE Protection is assured by covering the needs of the new culture GENERAL NOTE All three categories consider the natural environment as resources, no one having the cultural tendency for protecting it. Visual spatial consider the natural environment as first resource, and social environment as second resource Auditory sequential considers both own and foreign social environment and the own or foreign natural environment being primary resource. Kinesthetic considers the social environment as primary resource, the natural environment being secondary resource. The sequence of psychological characteristics presented below is not the unique possible. The following table will give the general set of cultural psychological patterns that can be used to model various cultural situations on the same system of modeling. In this table we will recognize the existence of two or more possibilities for each of the social cycle. The bolded figure will represent the general tendency of the respective culture in the period of the social cycle. When we find! We see that in any stage of the cycle we have a neutral and conservative attitude. When we have 4 we see a very critical, even conflicting attitude, and when we have 5 we see a very adaptive general attitude. These general attitudes that are a consequence of the thinking cycle that is culturally specific can create various kinds of conflicts, from very destructive, to very platonic conflicts of ideas. The arrangement on thinking dimensions: to be, to do, to have, to protect, to become, and to integrate, can be enriched by adding new dimensions created by other sequences than these already described. By combining various sets of thinking patterns we will obtain a tree graph of thinking patterns, among which there is only one that can be used to obtain the general peaceful attitude. The global peace and cooperating relationships among cultures is theoretically possible. In this case various cultures will interact in a metabolic way, like cells and tissues in a living organism, creating the set of conditions for a global culture that will contain also the environment, and new technologies. Each sequence of thinking patterns can be described considering the culture as a system with isolating tendencies. Cultural interrelations can be described also by using fractal varieties theory, and the dynamic of cultural metabolism and relationships by using computer programs that are programmed with cellular automata on algebraic fractals, and by using higher levels of complexity into the algebraic fractal (see Colceag; algebraic fractals cellular automata). In the following table we be the main components of the feedback cycles involved into the social thinking patterns that generate the tree graph. (Table 4).

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Conservative workers

Hedonists

Reforming warriors

Demolishing warriors

Reflexives

Active and inventive workers

234234 364364 624624 235235 365365 625625 1 235234 365364 625624 234235 364365 624625 5 224224 334334 664664 225225 335335 665665 225224 335334 665664 224225 334335 664665 624264 234324 364634 625265 235325 365635 625264 235324 365634 624265 234325 364635 324234 634364 264624 325235 635365 265625 325234 635364 265624 324235 634365 264625 334224 664334 224664 335224 665335 225665

234264 364324 624634 235265 365325 625635 235264 365324 625634 234265 364325 624635

5

1

634234 264364 324624 635235 265365 325625 635234 265364 325624 634235 264365 324625

5

1

634264 264324 324634 635265 265325 325635 635264 265324 325634 634265 264325 324635

1

4

2324224 364334 624664 235225 365335 625665 1 235224 365334 625664 234225 364335 624665 4

334234 664364 224624 335235 665365 225625 1 335234 665364 225624 334235 664365 224625 4

5

1

5

1

5

1 335224 665334 225664 334225 664335 224665

4

1

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We find in this table the possibility to characterize various components of different cultures from the perspective of their historic cycle, and to find the most appropriate way to change several thinking characteristics by education in order to obtain a peaceful behavior (1). These changes will not destroy the specific cultural pattern given by (2, 3, and 6), but socio multi-cultural behavior, cultural offence reaction, characterized by (4, and 5). From the mathematical perspective any route on the tree graph can generate an algebraic fractal. Translating this fact into sociological language we find that any thinking patterns sequence that obey to the cycle presented in this paper, can develop a culture that can be transmitted to a large population, because it is logically sustainable. That means that a tradition starting from a family or from a small group can spread into the mass of the population (example different religions started from a small group of initiated thinkers). Various cultural global reactions can lead to an intensive study of the cultural metabolism. Cultural global metabolism can be understood by comparing with the biological informational metabolism of a living being that develops organs to cover functional needs. The social metabolism will develop institutions to cover the specific needs given by the way of thinking that will create specific social cycles (se Colceag; development and stability). Conflicts characteristics Among independent variables involved in crises the actual studies describe four categories, each one with a different quantified effect. These variables are described in Table 5 RANK EFFECTS 1- structure 8 2- system level 6 3-age 5 4-capability 4 4-regime type 4 7-internal instability 3 8-geographic distance 2 9-regime duration 2 10-teritory size 1 Table 5 conforming to Brecker (see Brecker, M. 1993 Crises in World Politics) As the table reveals the first order of importance is attributed to the social structure. This structure is dependent on the psychological characteristics of a culture. Any culture has numerous subcultures that are different from the average qualities, but the most important to study is leaders’ qualities. If leader qualities are very different from people’s qualities the main conflict that can develop is an internal conflict. This kind of internal conflict is characteristic for post revolutionary époques, when a group of interests conquer the political power and try to determine all subcultures to obey to their leadership. These kinds of conflicts can easily degenerate into an internal war, where the cultural values are the main factor of conflict. External wars are usually developed by homogenous cultures, where there are already well-established systems of rules. These cultures try to promote or even to impose their rules, sometimes with fanaticism, This cultural challenge transferred in military wars, economical wars, cultural or religious wars, or other kinds of conflicts
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are almost permanent during the history, and are also one of the most major danger for the present, and for the future. The problem of cultural offence and the problem of multi-cultural balance in the global world are not solution yet. In fact considering the previous analyses we can notice that cultural thinking patterns are invariant in time even if cultures mix together in smaller structures. The solution for these two problems is not political, technical or economical, but purely technical. This solution is directly depending on the systems of education that condition thinking patterns that determining later social behavior. The vicious circle of education for cultural preservation creates people who have the cultural print that was induced by the system of national education, and who promotes the same pattern to the new generation. This circle can not be broken through a national politic initiative that will not consider their own culture as superior to any other one. To create a new system of education dedicated to the global world not to the national culture is a very important political decision of international organizations, but in the same time the condition for creating a world of peace. This system has to respect any culture, but consequently to open a cultural philosophies market involving every cultural patterns system, and to correlate educational issues not to the national interests, but to individuals’ and global interests. An internal conflict is usually promoted by the structure, mostly because each category has an independent rhythm of development that doesn’t correlate with other subculture’s rhythms. So when one subculture will be in a hedonistic period, a different one can be in a warrior or worker’s period, and their different behaviors and values will automatically enter in conflict of interests. We can have the expression of such a conflict in the anti-terrorist war. This war is characterized by a conflict between a visual spatial culture that develop spiritual religious issues in the two phases of warriors type described before, and a hedonistic auditory sequential system of cultures. The dialog among these cultures is difficult mostly because their perspective about values is different. This kind of dialog that is a condition for peace can be permanent on a global system of education on the Internet 5(see Colceag, Mathematical Model for a Global System of Education on the Internet). Conflicts development is conditioned also by the cultural economic factors that characterize different subcultures. Due to their psychological characteristics selected and promoted in time by their cultures, every subculture has the tendency to occupy some professional niches in almost a similar way with casts system. The main difference is that these professions are not politically but culturally imposed. People who are not obedient to the cultural professional pressure usually leave the group and develop in a singular way. The cultural system of education indirectly promotes the same kind of selection, by imposing standards and norms that give advantage to several kinds of psychological cultural acceptable human kinds. This is also a source of permanent internal conflict, because the discouraged group has to find their way without being supported by their culture. Generally speaking each human being is psychologically conditioned by the cultural education which formed his (her) way of thinking, and this way of thinking is the one that determine the social conflicting behavior, and the historical evolution. These psychological characteristics are not completely fixed giving to anybody the possibility for a change of attitude if not in their way of thinking (2,3,and 6), at least in the way of behaving (4, and 5). This means a different educational philosophy, and a different system of education that will open a market for social philosophies, will connect educational potentials, educational needs and the global economy, and will

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correlate the social and the natural environment as parts of the same global social metabolism. Conclusions The global world needs a specific divers global culture that is able to maintain peace and global balance. These goals can be reached by designing and implementing a global system of education on the Internet. Such a system will be programmed on computer application programs, and will create a flexible interface among new technologies, global social and cultural problems, environment and economy, giving the possibility for the humans to interact more actively in the global metabolism. This is why in a global world the ruling and leading system will be done by the intelligent behavior of the human network, in order to maintain peace, stability and prosperity. The global peace conforming to the theory partially described in this document is possible. It is part of the tree graph containing 64 routes that can be developed by using the theoretical frame described below. There are other routes in the graph where we have as result permanently only 4. This route is the most dominator and aggressive route of all the possible routes, and will correspond to a logical sequence that will impose a specific social philosophy. Another route on the graph will have as result permanently 5. This route will give a permanent dominated and obedient set of cultures. The routes (because are more than one) that will have permanently as results 1 will give very peaceful cultures. We are in the pattern of dominating, dominated and pacifist behavior described in psychology by Jean Piaget. We can notice the general pattern of behavior for the so named visual spatial who are generally pacifists, auditory sequential who have dominating tendencies, and kinesthetic who are frequently dominated. The other routes are not pure lines, they have complex and composite behaviors but almost all contain a small number of dominator characteristics 4, the biggest number being peaceful characteristics 1. The peaceful routes are the only routes able to create the global biorhythms of the planetary cultural organism, and can be obtained by changing several cultural attitudes, but not all. So the cultural pattern can resist into the global metabolism. The composite routes can become professional. These professional routes can exist across all cultures creating another kind of behavior. Their metabolic role will be connected with defensive, protecting, obeying or other kinds of professional attitudes. Internal behaviors of these routes can be discussed in a more complex theory by using a superior level of the algebraic fractal, and described by a computer program that uses cellular automata on algebraic fractal. These cellular automata behave partially as feed cycles in the algebraic fractal’s theory, and continue to develop the same kind of complexity as described in this paper consequently with an internal complexity of probabilistic kind that is specific to cellular automata internal behavior (see Colceag algebraic fractals cellular automata). The global peace is possible, the global prosperity is also possible, and a healthy environment is still possible. Everything depends on our understanding and processing capacities, and of our will.

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