Classification > Classes J-N

   Class J
   Class K
   Class L
   Class M
   Class N

See also

   Main classes overview
   Classes A-C
Class D
   Classes E-G
   Classes H-I
   Classes O-P
   Class Q
   Classes R-S

Class J --- Sociology and anthropology

(Social sciences, issues; institutions)

J.20          Sociological issues

J.22   Culture and its institutions (political, religious, marriage, family)
J.23   Language and communication (as social tool)
J.24   Social status, social and group structures

J.24.30   By physical or mental characteristics
J.24.40   Groups by sex or age (sexism, women rights)
J.24.50   Social classes
J.24.60   Religious groups
J.24.70   Racial, ethnic, national groups (racism)
J.24.80   Language groups
J.24.90   Occupational groups

J.25   Social interaction: customs and etiquette, cooperation, communication
J.26   Social processes
J.26.22   Coordination and control (censorship, coercion, conformity, prejudice, propaganda)
J.26.24   Social change
J.26.26   Conflict (civil disobedience, peace movements, protests, riots, war, resolution of conflicts)

J.30             Politics and government (political science)

[Class here the potential influence of the Technique on civilization as a whole.]

J.40             Economics, commerce and wealth
J.50             Law and legal issues (e.g. laws on practising the Technique)
J.60             Social problems (e.g. crime, addiction) and services (e.g. welfare services)
J.70             Communications; transport

J.80             Education [Class the general process of learning in E.75. Class physical education in I.25]

J.82   Theories of education (Montessori, home education)
J.83.   Training of teachers [of Alexander teachers see D.]
J.84.   Nursery school and kindergarten
J.85.   Primary and secondary school

J.85.40   Primary education (5-12 years)
J.85.50   Secondary education (13-18 years)

J.86.   Higher education (university and other institutions, the Alexander Technique as a university subject)
J.87.   Adult education (evening classes)
J.88.         Issues in education (financial, private vs. public etc.)

Class K --- Science and mathematics
K.20         Scientific method (including use of statistics)
[Class here discussions on the science of the Technique]
K.30         General (incl. mathematics)
K.40         Physical sciences (physics, chemistry, astronomy)
K.50         Earth sciences (geology, geography)
K.60         Biological sciences (biology, botany, zoology, ecology)

K.62         Biology [Class here on the concept of evolution in general]

K.70         Animals (physical evolution and adaptation, behaviour)
[Class here work on and related to Coghill’s experiments]
K.80         Humans (physical antropology, human physiology, genetics, races and evolution)
K.90  Other sciences

Class L --- Technology and work
L.10         General on technology and work

[L. 30: SUGGESTED: L.33 Processes and fields of technology-L.33 Elements of technology-L.33.20 Energy conversion and utilization-L.33.30 Tools and machines-L.33.40 Measurement, observation, and control-L.33.50 Extraction and conversation of industrial raw materials-L.33.60 Earth technologies-L.33.70 Industrial production processes-L.34 Major fields of technology-L.34.20 Engineering-L.34.30Agriculture and food production (gardening in I.60)-L.34.40Technology of major industries-L.34.50 Construction technology (building)-L.34.60 Transportion technology-L.34.70 Technology of information processing and of communications systems-L.34.80 Technology of urban community-L.34.90 Other technologies: military, space]

L.40         Industry & manufacturing

L.42         Industry and manufacturing working conditions and ergonomics

L.50         Everyday and home activity

L.52         Home working conditions and general ergonomics
L.53         Personal hygiene
L.54         Clothing, dress and appearance
L.55         Housekeeping, household equipment and utilities (telephone)
L.56         Eating, food and drink
L.57         Reading and writing (incl. keyboard)
L.58         Furnishing and ergonomics  [Class here sitting and use of the chair]
L.59         Other: car use [Class bicycle in I.95]

L.60         Hobbies, leisure activity, travel and holiday
[Class also here gardening, air travel, cruises, visits to amusements parks, cinemas, concerts, the beach etc. Use I.30 for games and betting.]
L.70         Crafts, business and trades (manual skills, retail)

L.72         Small business and shop working conditions and general ergonomics

L.80         Management and auxiliary services

L.82         Office work conditions and general ergonomics [Class use of the chair in general in L.58]
L.83         Specialised skills and use of special office appliances (touchtyping, shorthand)
L.84         Specialised areas (accounting)
L.86         Management; (personnel, executive management, etc.)
L.87         Advertising [Use R. for advertising the Technique]

L.90  Other

Class M --- Philosophy
M.30         Philosophical subjects
M.32         Ethics
M.33         Metaphysics
M.34         Epistemology
M.36         Logic
M.37         Philosophies of human nature (mind and body, free will)
M.39         Paranormal
M.40         Philosophical Anthropology
M.50         Western philosophical schools and doctrines

(From Ancient and medieval schools to 20th century Western philosophy: e.g. Platonism, Sophists, Empiricism, Positivism, Pragmatism, Rationalism, Utilitarianism, Cartesianism, Hegelianism, Kantianism, Marxism)

M.60         Non-Western philosophy
M.70         Modern (20th century onwards, John Dewey)
M.80         Modern popular philosophy

Class N --- Religion
N.10         On religions in general and religious nature; spirituality

N.13         Comparative studies

N.13.30:    Comparative studies: theology and the philosophy of religion
N.13.40     Comparative studies: religions in relation to other aspects of human experience [13.1: society, 13.2: science, 13.3: art]
N.13.50:     Comparative studies: Mysticism
N.13.60:     Comparative studies: The religious life: institutions and practices

N.30         Prehistoric religion and primitive religion and religions of ancient peoples (shamans)
N.40         Buddhism, Hinduism, other religions of India
N.50         Judaism and Christianity
N.60         Islam, Babism, Bahai
N.70         Other religions
N.90         Modern religions and religious movements [Anthroposophy, New Age, Theosophy]

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