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[A] Attraction. A relation between actual and formal in which a maximum number of actual, informal persons (green) are attracted to sites (F-I) and formalized as users. Each formal site effects its main purpose exclusively through its formal self, including its users. One site (H) dominates the others.
[TR] Total reflection. A relation between actual and formal in which a mirror or lens-like instrument (reflector) displays a total image of actual society. Independently displayed images (i, j) are comparable because each reflector covers all available imagery forms and source sites (F-J, K, L …). The main purpose of reflection is effected by hands-off guidance of decisions that are separately formalized by external decision systems (dd), and ultimately backed by the electoral decisions of the broadly imaged population.

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Total reflection is applicable to overguideways and decision guideways for all issue types.
  2. ^ Total reflection depends on a relation between actual (lifeworld) and formal (reflector) that is maintained across the lifeworld gap.
  3. ^ a b Total reflection applies to decision guideways that regulate external decision systems (figure TR) and to overguideways that regulate decision guideways (not yet shown). In all cases the regulation is effected across the system gap.