Review: Basic Components

Q: A method to analyze and cluster words – an ontological alignment system to represent dynamic word relations in unitsscripts and layers.

Consider Q dimensions.

  • Expansive Mode: spatial-action class, the initial activity
  • Reductive Mode: spatial-action class, the counter measure
  • Objective State: temporal-being class, the attended measure
  • Subjective State: temporal-being class, the unattended activity

Review Components:


  • State: IF Actual-Being THEN Potential-Becoming
  • Mode: IF Potential-Action THEN Actual-Measure

A mode is about the action that modifies a state experience of being. There is an active & passive state and an active & passive mode.

  • Active: more experience necessary
  • Passive: no more experience necessary

Axiom simply represented as follows:

  • State: actual ⇒ potential
  • Mode: potentialactual

Brackets delineate between the ecological unit and the process:

  • Individual:[a ⇒ b]
  • Process:[b] ⇒ [a]

SuperSet/SubSet classes are represented in brackets:

  • State class: [actual  potential]
  • Mode class: [potential  actual]

First Order Sets:[Potential{…}(actual{…}) ⊇ Actual{…}(potential{…})]

  • State=Subject
  • Mode=Predicate

Notice that superset is active & subset is passive i.e., superset has an active predicate & subject while subset has a passive predicate & subject.

The Prime Q is an exemplary Quadranym derived from the Q axiom.

(A Quadranym outlines a topic or context using four dimensions of the axiom.)

Prime Q Dimensions: Expansive, Reductive, Objective, Subjective.

Prime Q First Order Sets:[E(s) R(o)]

Active & Passive (Hemispheres):

  • Active: mode_E, state_S
  • Passive: mode_R, state_O

Actual & Potential (levels):

  • Potential: mode_E, state_O
  • Actual: mode_R, state_S

Meta-Dimensional Role (M-Roles) Examples:

State Sets:

  • Subjective ⊇ Objective
  • Actual ⊇ Potential
  • Coherent ⊇ Conditional
  • Function ⊇ Structure
  • Control ⊇ Conform
  • Attitude ⊇ Object
  • Negative ⊇ Positive

Mode Sets:

  • Expansive ⊇ Reductive
  • Potential ⊇ Actual
  • General ⊇ Particular
  • Infinite ⊇ Finite
  • Selector ⊇ Critic
  • Inclusive ⊇ Exclusive
  • Singular ⊇ Multiple

Switched Polarity: Special Mode Set

  1. Positive ⊇ Negative
  2. Negative ⊇ Positive

(Note: as a mode, Positive ⊇ Negative can change polarities i.e., either one can hold a superset or subset Role. Negative ⊇ Positive mode is called a switched polarity e.g. Positive_Inclusive Superset set can become Negative_Non-Inclusive Superset. Switched polarity is the only time an M-role can flip.)

Basic M-Roles begins with hemispheres.

  • [Potential(actual) ⊇ Actual(potential)]

Consider the procedure leading up to rock becoming a tool

  1. State: subject_actual_rock ⊇ subject_potential_tool
  2. Mode: Predicate_potential_rock ⊇ Predicate_actual_tool

Scripts are grounded by layers of basic units i.e., Meta-dimensional roles.

Meta-Dimensional Roles, example: Inclusive, Exclusive, Function, Structure. These roles represent basic dynamic relationships between dimensions.

  • Flux:[Exclusive(structure)][Inclusive(function)] = environmental-ing
  • Unit:[Inclusive(function)Exclusive(structure)] = remember-ing

There are many Meta-dimensional Roles in a system. They are the roles that the content roles of a database are attracted to depending on topic.

  1. A flux generally refers to a situational context.
  2. unit generally refers to a dynamical context.

M-Roles present hemispheres e.g., [Mode_E(State_s) | Mode_R(State_o)]

M-Roles form units and units form quadranyms. Quadranyms form frames and frames form scripts. Scripts form layers and layers form polynyms.

M-Roles align with metaphysical notions that all Q systems are fashioned on, such as, part/whole, plurality/unity, being/becoming, time and space.


  1. mononym
  2. bionym
  3. trionym
  4. tetranym (note: quadranym used to identify Q units)
  5. pentanym
  6. hexanym
  7. septanym
  8. octanym
  9. nonanym
  10. decanym
  11. hendecanym
  12. dodecanym
  13. tridecanym
  14. tetradecanym
  15. pentadecanym
  16. hexadecanym
  17. heptadecanym
  18. octadecanym
  19. enneadecanym
  20. icosanym and so on…