Like the cognitional
skills analyzed by Piaget, virtues--conceived as effective capacities for consistent moral and religious self-transcendence--are interrelated, flexible circles of recurrence schemes characterized by mobility and differentiation.
However, it soon becomes clear, as I pass from the experiential to the cognitional
and volitional levels, that this parallel cannot be complete.
For Aquinas' thought on grace and freedom and his thought on cognitional
theory and on the Trinity were genuine achievements of the human spirit.
In ancient philosophy, fundamental analysis was directed to the objective pole of cognitional
structure, resulting, for example, in the Platonic emphasis on metaphysical forms or Aristotelian hylomorphism.
John Poinsot's cognitional
theory is largely compatible with the contemporary scientific viewpoint that thinking arises on a physiological basis in the brain.
Thus, for Lonergan, knowing possesses a structure of basic and recurrent patterns of cognitional
operations: experience, understanding, judgment: (52) experience is how we identify data; understanding (53) is how we organize the data as an intelligible order of relations; and judgment is how we come to an insight into the relationship between understanding and data, such that we can affirm a truth with respect to the reality that shows itself in the data.
Taking as his fundamental starting point the realistic assumption that what we know are the very things themselves (as opposed to their mere representations, or anything less than the things most people think they know when they say they know them), Ross defends the AristotelianThomistic position that knowledge is an adequation of the knower to the known, a cognitional
identification of knower and known in the mind of the knower.
This word is more used in the translation of the word training, while the real translation of the word is training and education and it means a constant and regular flow that its target is helping physical, mental, cognitional
, moral, and social growth or totally the growth of the characters of learners in the direction of social normalization and helping aptitudes to burgeon.
by studying Lonergan's cognitional
theory (see Insight.
25) We can see then that Percy and Lonergan share common ground in terms of their interest in both cognitional
and existential subjectivity, as well as their affirmation of a cognitive dimension of faith.
20)--that is, properly attending to sensory and imaginal data--as the indispensable first step in the cognitional
process that leads one to transcend one's own initially narrow horizon and recognize God as the source of one's being.
those without that cognitional
ability may overrely on simplifying
Success on the cognitional
aspect of resource management (forecast accuracy) is only reliable if scientists incorporate ecosystem information when developing their stock forecasts, which the regime helps them in achieving, and even then only if ecosystem disturbances are modest.
Consistent with this view Vokey (2001) holds that MacIntyre's (1984, 1988) philosophy has not considered the role of non-conceptual insight to determine intrinsic value; and with respect to telos, it has relegated the quality of human experience to a motivating role as opposed to a cognitional
From another point of view--including the findings of cognitional
sciences (von Foerster), of the neuro-economics, of organizational communication (Taylor), of system theory (Luhmann) and stochastic-dynamic decision-making--there are some points missing.