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The morphogenesis of intention and structural stability of motifs.

Bierschenk, Bernhard LU (2005) In Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research 96.
Abstract
This article is based on the Agent-action-Objective (AaO) axiom and assumes that intention can be discovered and made evident. But this requirement can be satisfied only under the condition that a particular individual can be identified with his style of writing. This implies that the nature of writing becomes approachable. Getting a style under control presupposes the A-component, which is discussed with a focus on string rotation and the establishment of lawful relations that include intention in laws that are governing the patterning of strings. It is demonstrated that angular articulations are characterising dynamical string movements. However, independent of their textually embedded magnitudes, they cannot survive. As the result of... (More)
This article is based on the Agent-action-Objective (AaO) axiom and assumes that intention can be discovered and made evident. But this requirement can be satisfied only under the condition that a particular individual can be identified with his style of writing. This implies that the nature of writing becomes approachable. Getting a style under control presupposes the A-component, which is discussed with a focus on string rotation and the establishment of lawful relations that include intention in laws that are governing the patterning of strings. It is demonstrated that angular articulations are characterising dynamical string movements. However, independent of their textually embedded magnitudes, they cannot survive. As the result of the text production of two Swedish students, convoluted structures have come into existence and reflect transformations on the meaning of topological invariants. Thus, spaces have been realised, which have been shown to restrict string rotations. Over the given environments, it is demonstrated that uniqueness is achieved in the comprehension of a particular task. In the formation of motifs, the morphogenesis of intention and its structural stability have provided the basis for a 3D writing style control, while the growth curves of motifs have been shown to evolve in complex landscapes. (Less)
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AaO-axiom, space hypothesis, mirror strategy, topological invariants, uniqueness, comprehension, writing style, longitudinal study, super-symmetries
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Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research
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96
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18 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},
  institution  = {Copenhagen University & Lund University},
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  language     = {eng},
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  series       = {Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research},
  title        = {The morphogenesis of intention and structural stability of motifs.},
  volume       = {96},
  year         = {2005},
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