Knowledge and Communication

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Knowledge and Communication by Mind Map: Knowledge and Communication

1. author

1.1. Dsylexic

2. Context

2.1. ancestors were ingrained within their environment

2.2. Visual memory mapped directly and relevantly a contextual network

2.3. we were in symbiosis with the environment and memory was spacial and aural

2.3.1. Mythology as cultural transference Aural tradition Joseph Cambell The Song Lines - Bruce Chatwin

2.3.2. There was more of a sense of community and shared cultural aspirations

2.4. Through a progressive development of technology we have created the environment that we live in

2.4.1. Books and inscription Walter Ong Elizabeth Eisenstein's The Printing Press as an Agent of Change

2.4.2. Clock Time

2.4.3. Industry and commerce

2.4.4. Mediated culture Society of the Specticle Baudrillard

2.4.5. Sapir–Whorf hypothesis


2.5. Creating the segmentation and de-contextualisation of the individual

2.5.1. Mcluran

2.6. We have become disembodied from our natural enviroment and so has our memory

2.6.1. Frances Yates and the Art of Memory

2.6.2. Fairy tales and the art of memeor are the last vestigies of an aural culture

3. Reader

3.1. Non acedemic research

3.2. Funding Body

4. Proposal

4.1. Memory is visual and dimensional

4.2. Need to re-remember a non-linear spacial memory which is more natural to the way that we think

4.3. Technology whilst helping to make a segmented enviroment has the potential to re-intergrate ourselves and our memories

4.3.1. wikipedia

4.3.2. Web 2.0 Collaberative networks

4.3.3. Visualisation

4.3.4. Topology of meaning

4.4. Living History

4.4.1. Herman Hesse it was too perfect

4.4.2. An amalgamation of the Physical and virtual to represent knowledg in a pyhsical but technological space

4.5. Edward Debono

4.6. Vannevar Bush 1945 Memex

4.7. John Lock - Associationism and information trails


4.9. History is alive


4.11. Designing Hypermedia for Learning D.H. Jonassen and H. Mandl

4.12. Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgement to Calculation