Traditionally refers to the study of the structures of the mind that underlie human behavior. In Integral Theory, structuralism typically refers to the objective study of interior realities over time in search of regularities and patterns. It is most often used as a third-person approach to first-person singular realities. The outside view of the interior of an individual (i.e., the outside view of a holon in the Upper-Left quadrant). Exemplary of a zone-#2 methodology in Integral Methodological Pluralism. Structuralism can also be applied to zone #4 (e.g., when analyzing the structure of the dominant mode of discourse). This is similar to cultural anthropology.