Aleph II

Let´s call Aleph one diagram that represents the totality of something, so that it is a comprehensive representation.

That Aleph, because of the impossibility to show all the details in it, must choose a model to represent the whole.

That model simplifies and facilitates understanding, but in choosing the model one must settle on the criteria used to represent the whole.

Using that criteria, we can represent different components and their interactions.

Making the criteria explicit helps formulating the Aleph and avoids arbitrary representations.

The use of Alephs provides a sense of perspective, order and serenity.

Crafting Alephs inevitably leads to the identification and/or usage of patterns, which become the words in the Aleph language.