Topology-Adam and Eve,
by Charley Supper
and topology definitions
Illiteracy and Globalisation,
from Charley Supper
Illiteracy and Topology : The knot theory
Metaphor in Sign Languages
: Recent Studies by Sarah Lind
What is Topology ?
illiteracy for us ?
confuses analphabetism, illiteracy, school delay, mental
backwardness, dyslexia, dumbness and autism, ...
Concerning the "B4", they are people
who made studies (secondary or more) in their country but did
not acquire the language from here ; they cannot thus write, nor
speak or read French.
School delay is generally caused by a
traumatism of the child who did not solve yet his problems
involved in the Oedipus or who is held by the meshes of a family
Mental backwardness, we will say to go
quickly that it is the result as well of a genetic heritage
(like "trisomy 21" or alcoholism), than of a trauma not solved
concerning the Oedipus. It is also the hold-all where all the
handicaps are indexed which medicine does not manage to look
after (dyslexia, dumbness, anorexia, bulimia, autism, etc...).
Illiteracy, we tried to approach it's
symptoms and we affirm that it comes from a non inscription, a
non recording of the Sexuation symbolic system.
These various situations also involve a
whole range of administrative pathologies.
Topology don't care
about quantity but only works on quality. This reason makes it
easy to work on unconsciousness and language which work the same
If you consider Illiteracy through Topology, the results
are perfectly coherent and performing. Using only Quality
references, makes you discover at once what is the problem :
What is Topology ?
Topology is a part of mathematics. Their is two separate,
distinct sections (one on general, point set topology, the other
on algebraic topology). Independent topics and applications
exist too, like in psychoanalysis and in linguistics...
What is Psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis is the name of a procedure
for the investigation of mental processes which are almost
inaccessible in any other way and can be the object of serious
investigation. Psychoanalysis is concerned not only with the
singular experience of an individual analysis, but is equally
preoccupied with and applied to the entirety of human phenomena
in which the unconscious is involved...