whether they are synergic or net positive (increasing order), neutral or no change

(static order), or adversary or net negative (decreasing order). Here the defined

directions of the X and Y axes, take on significance.

the radius of the zero-zero circle.

synergic co-Action vectoris shown in the diagram below in green ink.

(-,+)(0, +)syntropy

as a result of the relationship. The arrowhead is in the (+, +) quadrant so both are

winning. Their orderin increasing. The position is equally distant from both the X

and Yaxis so they are winning equally.

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when they began the relationship. They have both won. They have both gained. And,

they have benefited equally from the relationship. The individual orderof both X and

Y has increased because of their interaction.

shifting the reference perimeter away from the origin. The perimeter of the reference

zero-zero circlecan only shift in the defined directions of the X and Y axes. Thus all

net positive co-Actions will lie outside the zero-zero circle.

order togetheris greater than the sum of their orderindividually.

and sometimes X loses. We also see that sometimes Y wins more than X and sometimes

Y loses.

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reference zero-zero circle.

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(-,+)(0, +)syntropy

zero-zero circle to the right and above the Axis of Atropy.

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(-,+)(0, +)syntropy

Haskellcalled the cooperator's surplus( +Z).

represents the net increase in orderfound in a synergic relationship.

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radius of the zero-zero circle. A net neutralco-Action is plotted on the Axis of

Atropy shown below in light blue ink.

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designate the reality of Y’s winning at the expense of X’s losing. The position of the

dark blue dotshows that X's position is shifted to the right of the Y Axis and that Y's

position is shifted above the X axis.

(as in win, loseor draw).neither of them are winning or losing. Their relationship

has had no effect on each others condition. Their orderhas remained the same.

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(-,+)(0, +)syntropy

we can distinguish them by their centers.

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above the Y axis represents Y’s win at the total expense of X. The net neutral co-Action

centered to the far right and below the X axis represents X’s win at the total expense

of Y. The net neutral co-Action centered at the ORIGIN (0, 0) represents X and Y both

drawing neither winning or losing. The four other net neutral co-Actions fall

somewhere in between.

a net adversary co-Action. Haskell used the convention of drawing the co-Action

vector from the position inside the zero-zero circle representing X and Y’s condition

from the direction of the(-,-)quadrant to the (0,0) ORIGIN.

and terminates there. However, it is the position of the back or but end of the vector,

where the guide feathers on an arrow would be found that accurately depicts X and

Y’s condition. Below I have plotted seven net adversary co-Actions.

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