Synchronicity as Time: E-Series Time for Living Formations
The enigmatic nature of time has puzzled scientists for centuries. We can, for instance, think of the discrepancy between physical and personal time. Time may not be only one kind. We propose a time system based on synchronization that is more intimate to living organisms. E-series time refers to the consequence of the local acts of synchronization of an interactive nature. G. Bateson's notion of punctuation is the cornerstone of our theory. The local synchronization for punctuation can yield global synchrony in the transcription, if the finished local act is recorded in the third- person description in an objective manner.
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