if ‘a picture is worth 1,000 words’ and ‘actions speak louder than words’, then today’s Post might best be read while sitting down…the Wakefield Doctrine

Welcome to the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers)

Lets get started!

A video Post for today.  The highlights are:

  • Readers are reading and some are even Commentationing
  • this blog could be better organized, a layout/structure that is geared to the First Time Reader
  • there is no such word as Commentationing
  • while the fact that:  ‘everyone has a predominant worldview but always retains the capability to see the world as the other two’ remains a core concept
  • of recent times, the role of (a person’s) secondary aspect is beginning to be better understood and subsequently is way useful to know when first learning about the three worldviews
  • (this ‘better understanding’) involves recognizing how (one’s) secondary aspect colors the  possible solutions to a given problem
  • yes, we are going on just a bit with these technical things
  • of course we still do
  • (if you were able to supply the question that is implied in the previous bullet point, we so want to hear from you!

Well, given that the Video is… minutes long, let’s wrap the silent portion of this here Post here up.

Here’s a fun thing to take away from this Post! Sometime in the course of your day today, the thought will pop into your head, “this is what those Wakefield people said might happen!  Holy: a) Moley b) shit c) Toledo! What was it they said to do next?!?”
If that happens, lets us know.

We’ll wait here.


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Well, what exactly do you want to know? Whether I am a clark or a scott or roger? If you have to ask, then you need to keep reading the Posts for two reasons: a)to get a clear enough understanding to be able to make the determination of which type I am and 2) to realize that by definition I am all three.* *which is true for you as well, all three...but mostly one


  1. I enjoy when you elaborate on the”finer points” of the Doctrine. Like how the “role of secondary aspect is significant” in that “solutions to problems are wider in options – it will color, enhance one’s choices for a solution”. So true! And it definitely helps to talk about it with other people on these Sat. night calls. It’s one thing to read and understand the Doctrine and another to converse with others about it:)

    The information in this vid helped to further clarify….some hows and whys. The explanation of why scotts are drawn to and make good policemen/women and make up the majority in that profession vs. why rogers make up the majority of firefirefighters… Describing police as making up a pack and firefighters as herd. Makes perfect sense to me.

    P.S. My comment is not very rogerian this morning. Not scottian either. Geez, guess my predominant clarklike self is writing today. LOL