The editorial theme of this first volume is to provide practitioners with an introduction to five core aspects of apithology theory. These are described in a progression and illustrate the processes of investigation using an apithological inquiry. The concepts of aspects, orientation, location, configuration and contribution are all covered by these introductory essential overviews.
The editorial theme of the second volume is to provide guides to apithology terms and perspectives. A taxonomy of common terms, interpretations of the concepts and biases in practice are discussed to add depth to an initial understanding. The awareness of the role of the practitioner in an apithological inquiry is expanded upon.
The editorial theme of the third volume is practical studies in forming horizonal shifts in new coherences. The recognition of how paradigm shifts occur in thought, how enabling and disabling dynamics occur in trichotomies, the application of these two skills to the apithology of the treatment of depression and formation of joyous engagement are detailed. This volume also contains an advance resource for pactitioners on the three divinities in balancing dispassion and compassion in humanity care.
The editorial theme of the fourth volume is advance practice in the applied use of generative trichotomies. The initial distinctions are clarified in the formation of apithological coherence. The relationship of form, formation and formative thought are described philosophically. The generative dynamics of generative participatory investigation are specified as an introduction to the praxis of humanity inquiry. The art of giving and receiving generative feedback for performance and learning is detailed. The important enabling of choice in resulting outcomes for disappointment and joy are specified in a classic triptych.
The editorial theme of the fifth volume is the praxis of the apithology of humanity inquiry. The subtle dynamics and forms for generative systems inquiry, developmental humanity knowing, humanity conventions, and generative humanity learning are compared in this volume. This represents a maturing of apithology as a inquiry discipline and reflects the maturity of its community of practice in developing and refining the experiential components of this unique contribution to learning.
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