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Evolution of growth in the development of competence

Bierschenk, Bernhard LU and Bierschenk, Inger (2003) In Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research 88.
Abstract
The article presents the third study of a series that has been designed to manifest consciousness and to measure developed competence. The emphasis of the main hypothesis has been put on the student’s ability to adapt to the main idea of a given story and to express his comprehension verbally. In what way the two students of the previous two experiments have been able to accomplish the experimental task, is reflected in the state attractors of the produced fitness landscapes. The student, who has continued to follow the analytic-descriptive approach, has focussed on the conditions relating to a critic of empiricism. Since it has been shown that the process of naming the resulting state attractors provides a sound theoretical basis, it can... (More)
The article presents the third study of a series that has been designed to manifest consciousness and to measure developed competence. The emphasis of the main hypothesis has been put on the student’s ability to adapt to the main idea of a given story and to express his comprehension verbally. In what way the two students of the previous two experiments have been able to accomplish the experimental task, is reflected in the state attractors of the produced fitness landscapes. The student, who has continued to follow the analytic-descriptive approach, has focussed on the conditions relating to a critic of empiricism. Since it has been shown that the process of naming the resulting state attractors provides a sound theoretical basis, it can be concluded that the student has not been conscious of this purpose and consequently been unable to abstract the criticism of empiricism. In contrast, the other student has continued to follow the synthetic-reflective approach. The produced narrative has made evident that this student has been able to abstract the criticism of idealism. It follows that the proper outcome is “rationalism“, which is validating that the degree of developed competence can be approached in a direct and obvious manner. (Less)
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Enlightenment, optimism, analytic-descriptive, synthetic-reflective, poetry, narrative, style of writing, AaO mechanism, holophors, Voltaire, Candide
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Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research
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88
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27 pages
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Copenhagen University & Lund University
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0281-9864
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Human Resources in Work Life
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English
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  author       = {Bierschenk, Bernhard and Bierschenk, Inger},
  institution  = {Copenhagen University & Lund University},
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  title        = {Evolution of growth in the development of competence},
  volume       = {88},
  year         = {2003},
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