A New Information Architecture: A Synthesis of Structure, Flow, and Dialectic
We introduce a new information architecture that is a synthesis of an information structure, information flow (e.g. narrative), and information dialectic (its evolution). Insights from the memory mnemonic the method of loci and the philosophical process of dialectic are introduced. Three cumulative syntheses are presented: the organic architecture with (1) the hierarchical architecture with (2) the sequential architecture with (3) the dialectical method.
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