In his 1996 Coming into Being, William Irwin Thompson compared Gebser’s structures of consciousness to Marshall McLuhan‘s conception of the development of communication technology from oral culture to script culture, alphabetic culture, print culture, and then to the emerging electronic culture.[10] Thompson applied these insights to education theory in his 2001 Transforming History: A Curriculum for Cultural Evolution. In his 2004 Self and Society: Studies in the Evolution of Consciousness, and in collaboration with the mathematician Ralph Abraham, Thompson further related Gebser’s structures to periods in the development of mathematics (arithmetic, geometric, algebraic, dynamical, chaotic) and in the history of music.

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