- n. Plural form of holon.
“My graphic artist designed the color bands, now called holons, because the black-white versions in the book A Theory of Everything were so sterile and fragmented.”
“Holons built up from holons built up from holons, and yet more holons emerging through every phase of evolution: cosmological, biological, and now cultural.”
“A team of physicists from the Universities of Cambridge and Birmingham have shown that electrons in narrow wires can divide into two new particles called spinons and a holons.”
“The goal of morality is to orchestrate harmonious interaction between these holons to produce win-win situations for the various interests wherever possible.”
“The perspective I would prefer morality to come from is this: The world is made up of different holons with different interests.”
“The diagram in Figure 1 (Right) attempts to portray how reality according to Wilber (2000c: 6) is composed of a hierarchy of levels, which he prefers to call holarchies, because the basic levels are holons (wholes within wholes) of consciousness.”
“But the Tom, Dick, and Harris elsewhere are endlessly nitpicking about Ken and refuse to see the holes in their hallucinatory holons.”
“The holons.org web site is about waking up from the sleep of everyday life.”
“And reality is composed, not of things nor processes nor wholes nor parts, but of whole/parts, holons.”
“While spinons and chargons (or holons) are the first two carriers, the Fermi statistics are carried by a Majorana fermion.”
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