Politics (Interactions of human individuals in relations of power and privilege) – Politics bounds the full range of human self-conceptions and interactions informed by interest, identity, power, wealth, status, and privilege.
Demographies (Temporal and spatial patterns and dynamics of human populations) – Movement outside of realm of politics – absence of self-conception – operating according to different laws and forces – those of the crowd, swarm, herd.
Geographies (Temporal and spatial patterns and dynamics of environmental and physical forces) – Geographies address the forms and shapes and interactions of the material world, including human populations,biomes, and environmental change.
Knowledge (Objective assessment and analysis of Politics, Demographies, and Geographies data layers) – Knowledge broadly spans the concepts of culture, education, science, and history, that which is somehow reducible to facts,stories, information, laws, and theories that we can test, assess, transmit, and share.
Vision (Subjective and imaginative interpretation of Politics, Demographies, Geographies, and Knowledge layers)
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