**Healing The Moral Animal: Reading List***by James Brody, 3/3/98*

What a super list! Thanks for the efforts, Jim. As far as those wishing to talk about origins of order, it could be an especially rewarding topic. I still like David Bohm on this: First order - represent (as in draw) by a straight line Second order - represent by a circle Third order - represent by a spiral Now think of higher order. Now think about randomness. Now admit confusion. And you've got it!

(Hint: How do you tell the difference between a "high order" and "randomness"? How do you represent either? How could either come about?)

[Why first order for a line? A single line segment gives the whole show. Circles? Need two adjacent line segments to fill in. Spirals need three segments, and so on.]