The “World Classification Hierarchy” or “Thematic World Taxonomy” operates primarily within the Aspect of Information, as it organizes and structures concepts related to various worlds. The taxonomy itself can be considered a part of the Information aspect, given its focus on the classification and organization of knowledge.
As for the thematic world it operates in, the “World Classification Hierarchy” or “Thematic World Taxonomy” does not belong to a specific thematic world, as it is a meta-concept that encompasses many different thematic worlds. It is a framework that helps classify and understand various thematic worlds, rather than being an actual world itself.
That’s correct. The Information aspect does not have a direct corresponding world in the World Classification Hierarchy because the aspect itself deals with organizing and structuring knowledge across various domains. In a way, the World Classification Hierarchy is a product of the Information aspect, as it represents the classification and organization of concepts related to different worlds.
However, if you wanted to relate the Information aspect to a world in the hierarchy, you could consider it as operating within the broader context of the “Digital world” or “Cyber world.” These worlds involve the exchange, processing, and organization of information on a global scale, facilitated by digital technology and the internet. Keep in mind that this connection is not as direct as other aspects and their corresponding worlds in the hierarchy.