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The affective becomes part of a concrete account of concept formation.
Having argued elsewhere that Plato in the Theaetetus (186a-187a) made perceptions dependent on supplementation by reason, while Aristotle made them independent, Sorabji remarks that the latter's "balance between empiricism and intellectualisln in the account of concept formation has been tilted in the direction of intellectualism" by later Platonists (p.
In the preceding section, I discussed Herman Koningsveld's views on observation and concept formation.
They cover concept formation in Posterior Analytics II; metaphysics as a science; and demonstration, definition, and causation.
As Guyer puts it, if experience is only possible given the application of at least one empirical concept to a manifold of intuition, and if that is only possible if, in turn, the conditions necessary for empirical concept formation and deployment obtain, then it seems to follow that whatever secures the possibility of forming empirical concepts will be (at least partially) constitutive of experience.
She covers the position of the uncanny in Freud's oeuvre, preliminaries to concept formation, tying the knot: the conceptualization of the uncanny, and the uncanny as a late-20th-century concept.
23-112), but relying on recent scholarship by Theodore Kisiel, John van Buren and others, Professor Polt also discusses many of Heidegger's earliest lecture courses, although he leaves out of his account reference to a number of the early phenomenological courses--the first Fundamental Problems of Phenomenology (1916-7), Phenomenology of Intuition and Expression, Theory of Philosophical Concept Formation (1920), Phenomenology of Religious Life (1920-1), and Introduction to Phenomenological Research (1923-4)--as well as Fundamental Concepts of Ancient Philosophy (1926) and Logic as the Question of the Essence of Language (1934), all of which are now available in the German standard edition of Heidegger's works.
With equations, diagrams, and graphs, the latest work in the areas of categorization, temporal aspects of cognition, concept formation, and neural network models for language, learning, sensory processing and attention are also discussed.
The second chapter, "The Argument from Concept Formation," demonstrates that, contrary to the accepted view of consciousness since Ryle, human understanding is not reducible to sensation alone.
Discussion focuses on the areas of concept formation, memory, attention, social competence, and motivation and attribution.
Strategies--lecture and direct instruction, questioning, concept formation, cooperative learning, simulations, role-play, dramatization, discussion and debate, and student-directed investigation--address related research, logistical concerns, classroom application, and use with specific content.
An international group of scholars of languages, literature, music, and other fields contributed papers on theoretical and applied novel approaches to iconicity on the aural, visual conceptual, and structural levels; the iconic properties of film and multimedia performance; and language, poetry, sound symbolism, concept formation, and multimedia performance.
He compares behavioral and cognitive approaches toward learning, theories, physiological elements, innate behavior and habituation, classical and operant conditioning, positive and negative reinforcement, avoidance and punishment, stimulus control and concept formation, comparative cognition, observational and motor-skills learning, and choice.
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