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PART FOUR
isomorphism from dimensions of the hypercubic model

This section shows the similarity between prototypic stylistic terms in equivalent positions on the hypercubes for Individuals and collectivities. You will be the judge of their similarity - their ismorphism. Hereafter, in this section, where colors are capitalized they refer to archetypical problem-contexts, while uncapitalized ones refer to pototypal modes of responce to problems in their contexts. (The numbers in the eight Figures that follow refer to positions on the I Ching hexagram to be presented in the Addendum.)

Four sets of two Figures will be shown. Each set contrasts opposing archetypes of the Model's hypercube. This is to point up the differences, successively, between the various possible styles of hedonistic and judgmental responses, of projective and maintenance responses, of productivity and expressivity responses and of moral and pragmatic ones.

1 The (White / Black) Hedonistic / Judgmental Archetypes

a. For White Hedonism's Incipient "I" and "We" (Reactions in the Cube of Individuals' Hedonistic Reactions and Interaction in the Cube of Hedonistic Interaction Among Individuals), the Model's dimensions are as follows:

AROUSED vs. CASUAL (Active vs. Passive)
MOBILIZED vs. RELAXED (Strong vs. Weak)
PLEASURABLE vs. PAINED (Positive vs. Negative)

Cube of Hedonistic Interaction from Reaction Dispositions

b. For Black Judgmental's Combined "We" and "Us" (Identity in the Cube of Individual Identity and Policy in the Cube of Collective Policy), the Model's dimensions are as follows:

IMMEDIATE vs. PROTRACTED (Active vs. Passive)
SUSTAINED vs. EPISODIC (Strong vs. Weak)
WORTHY vs. UNWORTHY (Positive vs. Negative)

Cube of Judgmental Policies from Identities

2 The (Yellow / Violet) Projective / Maintenance Archetypes

a. For Yellow Projective's Incipient "Me" and "Us" (Existential in the Cube of Existential Orientations and Ideological in the Cube of Idelogical Orientations), the Model's dimensions are as follows:

AROUSED vs. CASUAL (Active vs. Passive)
MOBILIZED vs. RELAXED (Strong vs. Weak)
DESIRABLE vs. UNDESIRABLE (Positive vs. Negative)

Cube of Projective Ideologies from Orientations

b. For Violet Maintenance's Combined "I" and "We" (Character in the Cube of Character and Community in the Cube of Community), the Model's dimensions are as follows:

IMMEDIATE vs. PROTRACTED (Active vs. Passive)
SUSTAINED vs. EPISODIC (Strong vs. Weak)
HARMONY vs. DISCORD (Positive vs. Negative)

Cube of Maintenance Adaptations from Character

3 The (Orange / Blue) Productivity / Expressivity Archetypes

a. For Orange's Externalized "Me" and "Us" (Personalty in the Cube of Personality and Organization in the Cube of Organization), the Model's dimensions are as follows:

IMMEDIATE vs. PROTRACTED (Active vs. Passive)
MOBILIZED vs. RELAXED (Strong vs. Weak)
HONEST vs. DISHONEST (Positive vs. Negative)

Cube of Organization from Personality

b. For Blues's Internalized "i" and "Us" (Emotions in the Cube of Emotions and Belonging in the Cube of Belonging), the dimensions of the Model are as follows:

AROUSED vs. CASUAL (Active vs. Passive)
SUSTAINED vs. EPISODIC (Strong vs. Weak)
OPEN vs. VULNERABLE (Positive vs. Negative)

Cube of Expressivity from Emotionality

4 The (Green / Red) Morality / Pragmatism Archetypes

a. For the Green Internalized "We" and ""Us" (Probity in the Cube of Probity and Piety in the Cube of Piety), the dimensions of the Model are as follows:

AROUSED vs. CASUAL (Active vs. Passive)
SUSTAINED vs. EPISODIC (Strong vs. Weak)
GOOD vs. BAD (Positive vs. Negative)

Cube of Moral Piety from Probity

b. For the Red Externalized "I" and "We" (Habits in the Cube of Habits and Reciprocity in the Cube of Reciprocity), the dimensions of the Model are as follows:

IMMEDIATE vs. PROTRACTED (Active vs. Passive)
MOBILIZED vs. RELAXED (Strong vs. Weak)
OPTIMISTIC vs. PESSIMISTIC (Positive vs. Negative)

Cube of Pragmatic Reciprocity from Habits

As indicated parentheticaly in the introductory paragraph of Part Four, the sixty-four numbers on the cubic corners of Figures 20 through 27 refer to the various hexagrams of the I Ching. You will find them arrayed on the corners of a hypercube in Figure 30 of the Addendum.