What is Typology?

What is typology

Typology is a large area of knowledge, where the word “typology” means “finding a type” or “finding the fact”.

Some people have abilities to see the real facts and classify such facts by their signs. Typology does not correct, study and do experiments, therefore it does not belong to psychology by its nature. Unlike psychology, typology works with extramural research.

As an example, the typology sees that one person prefers to create a sculpture of another person who is sitting in usual real pose. But some other people prefer to create a sculpture of Mickey Mouse instead of a real person, who is sitting or standing in a strange pose. These two different facts tell us, that the one person thinks about reality more than another.

As another example, one person grimaces over trifles and psychologist thinks that such person is naughty, inadequate or has some hidden purpose. The task of psychologist is to think about different ways and analyze, check and allow variations of such phenomena or reasons, despite the presence of cyclic repetitions and signs of it. Therefore, it is not recommended for psychologist to work in typology, because typology is accepting the primary facts without analyzing, thinking or learning.

In simple words, you don’t need think a lot about the facts, you just see them and accept them as they are. The usual habit of psychologist is sticking to continuous analysis of changeable things. Therefore each psychologist should do some tasks where he or she needs a constant analysis and where is no need to make any final conclusion or decision in their work.

A typologist sees the fact and he does the surface inference about when person is grimaces that means, that such person doesn’t like some facts or something does not suit such person. Typology exaggerates nothing. Typology is not only finding the types, but also counts, remembers and classify such things and facts. Moreover, typology has ability to distinguish false facts from real. That means that typology is a fundamental subject of each science, because there is a small typology present in each science that has connections with primary or central typology.

Central typology is a huge area and new science with a specialization called typologist. For example, the scientist in genetics found some new genes and gives some new names to those genes. Such action is considered to be genetical typology. But this scientist will remain the geneticist, because there is no logical need to call him “geneticist-typologist” and this is due to fact, that such specialist spends all of his working time to study the genes, but not to their typing or classification.

In psychology each psychologist may notice that some people behave strange and this is the psychological typology. Accountant gets new amount from his calculation and this also may refer to accounting typology. And so on. All specialists from different subjects and sciences by default are typologists, but there is no need to call them “psychologist-typologist” and so on. Only typologist, who doesn’t have any other job or specialization, finds and creates typology from facts in environment he sees during his whole working day.

What exactly does typologist do? He sees the facts, he remembers these facts and also he does the same with the facts that other typologists found. Typologist counts such facts and the facts related to them and classify all these facts. By the way, his job is also to check whether these facts were conscious or created in a forced form. As a typologist, he also determines the difference between “innate” and “changeable” or difference between “temporarily” and “chronic”.

How does he do that? For example, he noticed that 10 children have some similarities in their behavior and tastes. After 5 years their tastes and behavior haven’t changed. Other, mainly elder people, have the same tastes and behavior, but typology takes into account the similar facts and numbers in other people. If the numbers haven’t changed after the conclusion, that means that such conclusions are right.

Remember, that typology is the act of accepting the facts and classification of such facts.

A typologist is a person who works with the primary facts and looks for the new facts or the facts that come next after the primary facts. These facts that come after the primary facts should be logically related to primary facts. Therefore typology has close connection with logic.

Typology is an independent subject that leads to the creation of other subjects and science and not vice versa. This is due to fact that all typologists from ancient times become scientists and created new inventions and sciences with help of primary facts and logic.

Each typologist finds the facts only with a help of eyes or other senses. Even children can be considered as typologists from their birth, because they study facts that was previously unknown for them. The only types who are against the typology are those who belong to “thinking” types in our typological classification. Because some of them cannot see and understand the real facts, since they live in a fantasy world of thoughts.

Author – Viktor Dudkevych, founder and creator of the Filum lab project.

Date of publication: December 8, 2020.