Viewer is an app for expressing your view about ranks
Rank triads in podiums, for later contrasting your views with default views and views from other people.
More triads (See a manual full view)
Results pages could serve for
*Gather ideas about models:
* Free analysis of choice:
Once you end the basic test, you could see you basic life view and have an analised comparison with the default view. Since all views are equally true, this comparison should bring you some more insight about the perspective of your view. Your own view (which probably doesn’t match with the offered default) is just a tactical view which is perfectly possible and not less accurate than the default one (See more: Axiologies).
The collective results from all views would be the truest life view, while results within a group could also be interpreted as their (own tactical) collective life view. View’s data is also good for recomming contents and relations.
Viewer app is part of a semantics pack of apps, that altogether can reach very easily the depths of reasoning, see it here.
Here in this test there is a clear order that we most will agree to if we dare to think it calmly for a bit. This means there are sets of words which their ranks get to a stable point. This doesn’t deny their relativity, this just confirms fine-tunning. However, within the simplicity how fine-tunnings, to any of such consensual orders, we have to see first as main complentary, its retrograde perspective.
The natural orders (used as default contrastors for other views) and their retrogradity are further explained, in the axiology page.
As more words you order in a estructure with an automated process, the more you can view your whole view. and how to get to another vibration from some vibrations i.e. how to get to «feel» when you are in a «worry».
If we can identify some recurrent twist in anyone’s life view (i.e. he is putting 3rds as seconds against the default view, etc) we can also adapt-customize the language to the person, i.e. suggesting them further 3rds as seconds for:
- Equilibrating temptation: Trying to cause in him a equilibrating need by increasing such disruptance or overflow.