Hi TOK list,
As my target article about evolutionary psychology as a meta-theory continues to be commented on, I bumped into a comment by Jana Uher.
She developed a unifying framework named TPS-P (Transdisciplinary Philosophy of Science Paradigm for Research on Individuals) Here a link for a summary: http://researchonindividuals.org/
I still have to study it properly, for now what I find not convincing is her characterization of psychical vs physical, with spatiality as a defining feature of physical and not of psychical. It seems, to my eyes, a classic dualistic cartesian distinction: RES COGITANS (mind) vs RES EXTENSA (matter). (http://researchonindividuals.org/tps-paradigm_metatheoretical.htm)
As Gregg points out, thinking about the ultimate unit of physics as matter is now out-dated; it is better to think of Energy-Matter-Information.
Are you familiar with her work? Any thoughts about it?
P.S. I found out this morning that also Mike (Mascolo) published a commentary on my article. I just looked over it, and still have to read it properly, but thanks Mike….
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