Of course, there's the famous book called I Am A Verb, by Buckminister Fuller. He offers many fasscinating speculations. One I particularly like is the recognition of an unseen world of activities that are not penetrated by those detectors of concrete reality that we rely so heavily upon: the five senses. Truth does not make itself fully known in so straight forward a fashion...but requires dialogue, reflection, wisdom of ages even.
At this point, it's probably useful to acknowledge the reality of differences that are not just a matter of social engineering (she wears pink; he blue) but say something about how we are created. Are we constructing an alternate reality in the way it was rumored the backers of Biosphere 1 built their self-sustaining biomes to provide a safe esacpe from spaceship earth's increasingly competitive and harsh environment?
The point is just to raise the question: what kind of systems are we building with our views, visions, and verbs? Within, everything looks coherent, but reliance on the outer world is not optional.
the philosopher's daughter