I am a bit confused on what Ken means by this 4th person perspective, specifically when it comes to language.
1st person: I, we
2nd person: you, y’all (my fave)
3rd person: him, her, them etc
So, I assume he is not creating another 4th person language element. If that is the case, then how does this manifest itself? In Integral Life Practice they attach 4th person to green (“multi-worldcentric; all human and other beings, pluralistically”) Which compared to their 3rd person example is: Worldcentric, Orange and “all human beings, universally”.
Does this seem like a stretch? How does this create a 4th person perspective? Is it because I am able to see it from not just by view, but their view as well?
Now, for the 5th. They label it as Kosmocentric, Teal and beyond and “all sentient beings in the world”. So, just because my center of gravity might be at Teal I can say I am seeing things from a 5th person perspective because I understand spiral dynamics, levels of development, etc.?