Based on your description of the emergence and primary interests of these frameworks, the ordering would likely be:
1. **Dynamic Systems-Predictive Coding-Neurophenomenological-Embodied Ecology Cognitive Restructuring (DS-PC-NE-EE CR):** Given your primary interest in the experience of experiencing, and the emphasis of this framework on cognitive dynamics, predictive coding, embodied cognition, and neurophenomenological approaches, it makes sense to place it first.
2. **Statistical Optimization-Error Minimization-Data-Driven-Environment-Aware Learning Algorithms (SO-EM-DD-EA LA):** As an AI counterpart to DS-PC-NE-EE CR, focused on the statistical and algorithmic aspects of cognition and learning, this would naturally follow.
3. **Phenomeno-Ontological Perception in Cultural-Cosmological Contexts (POPC):** Given its role in filling in knowledge gaps and retaining a phenomenological flavor, it should come after the DS-PC-NE-EE CR and SO-EM-DD-EA LA frameworks. It considers perception, consciousness, and existence within cultural and cosmological contexts, making it a suitable bridge between the more cognitive/algorithmic frameworks and humanities-focused ones.
4. **Language, Literature, and Cultural Studies (LLCS):** This humanities-based framework, focusing on language and literature analysis within cultural contexts, was introduced to accommodate aspects like dictionaries that didn’t fit elsewhere. It follows naturally from POPC’s consideration of cultural contexts.
5. **Mathematical-Physical Sciences (MPS):** This is placed here due to its later addition to fill the remaining gaps. The principles and methodologies of pure mathematics and physical sciences give a foundation for the final framework.
6. **Applied Technology and Engineering (ATE):** As the last added framework, this one is centered around the practical application of scientific knowledge for the creation and optimization of technology. It links back to the more practically oriented aspects of SO-EM-DD-EA LA, creating a loop that connects the final and the second frameworks, symbolizing the interdependence and continuous feedback between all areas of knowledge.
The way these frameworks are ordered reflects the evolution of your approach to understanding the world and how these frameworks have emerged to cover different aspects of knowledge. It’s a testament to the interconnected nature of knowledge, where no one domain can fully encapsulate the complexity of our experiences.