Mural 1: Three Creation Stories Reveal How the Mind Proceeds From Chaos to Order; From Conflict to Resolution       Three creation stories; the Greek cosmonogy, the Oriental yin-yang, and the Bible's six days of creation, have an identical structure. The Formal Theory suggests that this structure, the Conflict Resolution Process, is the unit of unconscious moral order.      Hun-tun, Chinese for chaos, was divided into two interactive entities, the yin (the earth below), and the yang (the sky above). The Greek creation also started with the interaction of the Earth below and the Sky above.
       
     
  Mural 5: Our Cultural Metaphors as a Continuum of Evolving Moral Order   Validation #3: From Matriarchy to Messianism
       
     
  Mural 4: My Metaphors, Myself: 1983    Validation #2:  Here, six metaphor creation tests help to reconstruct the personal six-role Conflict Resolution Process. The experimentally derived sequence validates the theory by showing that parts are formally interrelated within the dramatic totality. This totality also tells how its author, Dr. Albert Levis, evolved from a stress, "The War of Metaphors," through his response, anxiety, defense, reversal, to the compromise of "The Reconciliation of the Metaphors."
       
     
  Mural 1: Three Creation Stories Reveal How the Mind Proceeds From Chaos to Order; From Conflict to Resolution       Three creation stories; the Greek cosmonogy, the Oriental yin-yang, and the Bible's six days of creation, have an identical structure. The Formal Theory suggests that this structure, the Conflict Resolution Process, is the unit of unconscious moral order.      Hun-tun, Chinese for chaos, was divided into two interactive entities, the yin (the earth below), and the yang (the sky above). The Greek creation also started with the interaction of the Earth below and the Sky above.
       
     

Mural 1: Three Creation Stories Reveal How the Mind Proceeds From Chaos to Order; From Conflict to Resolution

   Three creation stories; the Greek cosmonogy, the Oriental yin-yang, and the Bible's six days of creation, have an identical structure. The Formal Theory suggests that this structure, the Conflict Resolution Process, is the unit of unconscious moral order.

   Hun-tun, Chinese for chaos, was divided into two interactive entities, the yin (the earth below), and the yang (the sky above). The Greek creation also started with the interaction of the Earth below and the Sky above.

  Mural 5: Our Cultural Metaphors as a Continuum of Evolving Moral Order   Validation #3: From Matriarchy to Messianism
       
     

Mural 5: Our Cultural Metaphors as a Continuum of Evolving Moral Order

Validation #3: From Matriarchy to Messianism

  Mural 4: My Metaphors, Myself: 1983    Validation #2:  Here, six metaphor creation tests help to reconstruct the personal six-role Conflict Resolution Process. The experimentally derived sequence validates the theory by showing that parts are formally interrelated within the dramatic totality. This totality also tells how its author, Dr. Albert Levis, evolved from a stress, "The War of Metaphors," through his response, anxiety, defense, reversal, to the compromise of "The Reconciliation of the Metaphors."
       
     

Mural 4: My Metaphors, Myself: 1983

Validation #2: Here, six metaphor creation tests help to reconstruct the personal six-role Conflict Resolution Process. The experimentally derived sequence validates the theory by showing that parts are formally interrelated within the dramatic totality. This totality also tells how its author, Dr. Albert Levis, evolved from a stress, "The War of Metaphors," through his response, anxiety, defense, reversal, to the compromise of "The Reconciliation of the Metaphors."