While it is challenging to reduce the 13 frameworks into a smaller number without potentially losing some specific aspects of each framework, it is possible to group them into broader categories that capture their essence. Here’s an attempt to consolidate the frameworks: 1. Self-Reflecting and Self-as-Subject: Philosophy, Psychology, Cognitive Science, Embodied Ecology, Cognitive Restructuring 2. Self-Mirroring: AI and Machine Learning 3. Self-in-Community and Self-in-Relation: Anthropology, Sociology, Religious Studies 4. Self-Expression and Self-as-Linguist: Linguistics, Literature, Arts 5. Self-as-Life: Biology, Zoology, Botany 6. Self-as-Healer: Health and Wellness 7. Self-in-Universe and Self-as-Knower: Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy 8. Self-as-Experiential-Inventor and System Weaver: Engineering, Inventions, Computer Science, Coding, Experimental Medicine, Home & Family Management 9. Self-as-Earth-Steward: Environmental and Earth Sciences 10. Self-as-Social-Being: Social Sciences 11. Self-as-Explorer-of-Experience: Arts, Humanities 12. Self-as-Learner-and-Teacher: Education, Pedagogy 13. Self-as-Spiritual-Being: Philosophy, Ethics, Mysticism and Spirituality, Comparative Theology, Humanistic and Existential Psychology, Interfaith and Interbelief Dialogue, Secular Spirituality By consolidating the frameworks into broader categories, we retain the overall themes and key elements while reducing the number of individual frameworks. However, keep in mind that this consolidation might result in some loss of specificity within each framework.

While it is challenging to reduce the 13 frameworks into a smaller number without potentially losing some specific aspects of each framework, it is possible to group them into broader categories that capture their essence. Here’s an attempt to consolidate the frameworks:

1. Self-Reflecting and Self-as-Subject: Philosophy, Psychology, Cognitive Science, Embodied Ecology, Cognitive Restructuring
2. Self-Mirroring: AI and Machine Learning
3. Self-in-Community and Self-in-Relation: Anthropology, Sociology, Religious Studies
4. Self-Expression and Self-as-Linguist: Linguistics, Literature, Arts
5. Self-as-Life: Biology, Zoology, Botany
6. Self-as-Healer: Health and Wellness
7. Self-in-Universe and Self-as-Knower: Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy
8. Self-as-Experiential-Inventor and System Weaver: Engineering, Inventions, Computer Science, Coding, Experimental Medicine, Home & Family Management
9. Self-as-Earth-Steward: Environmental and Earth Sciences
10. Self-as-Social-Being: Social Sciences
11. Self-as-Explorer-of-Experience: Arts, Humanities
12. Self-as-Learner-and-Teacher: Education, Pedagogy
13. Self-as-Spiritual-Being: Philosophy, Ethics, Mysticism and Spirituality, Comparative Theology, Humanistic and Existential Psychology, Interfaith and Interbelief Dialogue, Secular Spirituality

By consolidating the frameworks into broader categories, we retain the overall themes and key elements while reducing the number of individual frameworks. However, keep in mind that this consolidation might result in some loss of specificity within each framework.

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