Introduction - info
“Poles among poles. Neurolinguistic theory of field in light of wave–particle duality and current probability.”
“Homo electricus: problems and challenges of identity in an era of global energy transfer.”
Introduction (to non(yet)written book text):
The series started on-road, after author’s return from abroad, during a few years field-trip undertaken in the context of coming back to the place where “it all began”, at distance not exceeding 33 km from the family home center. All the Poles met among poles by chance turned out not to be just the poles and – a few years later – gave the author another chance (as conversational subjects) to think of randomness, probability, language, meaning, culture, identity, field of consciousness and other decisive factors that could have been expressed but – for the love of silence – will not.
Pole - Field
“Pole” – field. The word derrives from Slavic “pole” (Proto-Slavic “polije”, Czech “pole”, Slovak “pole”, Ukrainian “поле” (połe), Belarusian “поле” (pole), Russian “поле” (pole), Croatian “polje”, Serbian “поље” (polje), Macedonian “поле” (pole), Bulgarian “поле” (pole), Lower Sorbian “pólo”) and it refers to an open space and an area of land used for agricultural purposes. (Wikipedia)
Polna - Field Town
A village in Southern Poland situated at the Pogórze Rożnowsko-Ciężkowickie. At the south east of Polna the Zielona Góra (The Green Mountain) can be seen. The village’s surroundings have diverse geological structure and the Śląska and Magurska nappes are fold there. Nearby Polna there is a reservoir with 300-years oaks and linden trees. In the forest of Polna, at one of the trails to Maślana Góra (Butter Mountain), the ST John’s Spring can be found. It was believed that the water from the spring heals the eyes diseases (Wikipedia). Polna was home to parents of Edmund and Krystyna Ligęza, who are parents of Krzysztof Ligęza. He used to live there as well and when the time comes he would wish to be buried at local cemetery due to its beautiful location (very vast view). His grandfather, grandmother, uncle who was killed by electric shock and godfather already rest there.
Polska - Poland
The source of the name „Poland” and the ethnonyms for the „Poles” include endonyms (the way Polish people refer to themselves and their country) and exonyms (the way other peoples refer to the Poles and their country). The origin of the word „Poland” itself is uncertain but probably derives from word “pole” (field). The early tribal inhabitants denominated it from the nature of the country. Lowlands and low hills predominate throughout the vast region from the Baltic shores to the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains (Wikipedia).
Pole elektromagnetyczne - Electromagnetic field
Is a physical field produced by electrically charged objects. It affects the behaviour of charged objects in the vicinity of the field. The electromagnetic field extends indefinitely throughout space and describes the electromagnetic interaction. It is one of the four fundamental forces of nature (the others are gravitation, the weak interaction, and the strong interaction). The field can be viewed as the combination of an electric field and a magnetic field. The electric field is produced by stationary charges, and the magnetic field by moving charges (currents); these two are often described as the sources of the field. From a classical perspective, the electromagnetic field can be regarded as a smooth, continuous field, propagated in a wavelike manner; whereas from the perspective of quantum field theory, the field is seen as quantized, being composed of individual particles. Charged particles can move at relativistic speeds nearing field propagation speeds, but, as Einstein showed, this requires enormous field energies, which are not present in our everyday experiences with electricity, magnetism, matter, and time and space (Wikipedia).
Pole powierzchni - Surface area
Is the total area of the faces and curved surface of a solid figure. The surface area is the sum of the areas of its faces (Wikipedia).
Pole widzenia - Field of view/vision
Is the extent of the observable world that is seen at any given moment (Wikipedia).
Pole semantyczne - Semantic field
A technical term in the discipline of linguistics to describe a set of words grouped by meaning referring to a specific subject. The term is also used in other academic disciplines, such as anthropology, computational semiotics and technical exegesis (Wikipedia).
Pole świadomości - Field of conciousness
Are theories of the nature of consciousness, in which consciousness is conceived as being identical with a field in the general sense in which the term ‘field’ is used in physics. This means that in these theories, consciousness is seen as having not only duration, but also extension in space. In most of the theories discussed, consciousness is proposed to be identical with some aspect of a physical field i.e. a field in which the property that exists at each point in a particular region of the spacetime continuum is objectively measurable (Scholarpedia).