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Heterogeneity in the apprehension of adaptation and justice

Bierschenk, Bernhard LU and Bierschenk, Inger (2004) In Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research 91.
Abstract
The present report is about the fourth experiment in a series of five. This series concerns a longitudinal study of changing shapes of mind. Based on the assumption that mind is an emergent property of the processes that produce natural language expressions, mental development is discoverable through the Agent-action-Objective (AaO) mechanisms. The present study is focussing on the way in which the evolutionnary process of text production portrays the system of thought that holds that human fitness can be explained on the basis of progressive adaptation. In what way this idea has been apprehended from Strindberg’s drama play (Miss Julie) and to what degree it has been embodied into the students’ discour¬se, has been studied in the natural... (More)
The present report is about the fourth experiment in a series of five. This series concerns a longitudinal study of changing shapes of mind. Based on the assumption that mind is an emergent property of the processes that produce natural language expressions, mental development is discoverable through the Agent-action-Objective (AaO) mechanisms. The present study is focussing on the way in which the evolutionnary process of text production portrays the system of thought that holds that human fitness can be explained on the basis of progressive adaptation. In what way this idea has been apprehended from Strindberg’s drama play (Miss Julie) and to what degree it has been embodied into the students’ discour¬se, has been studied in the natural context of an educational program. The mediated struc¬tu¬res show a clear-cut result. It is the individual perspective that has emerged out of the verbal flow. In one perspective appears the social aspect of the play, while the natura¬listic aspect is dominating the other. This result confirms previously made observations: The social aspect pertains to a descriptive dimension. The extraction of the naturalistic aspect has been shown to be dependent on a reflective dimension. (Less)
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AaO-model, Perspective Text Analysis (PTA), non-linear language mechanics, learning strategies, competence, consciousness, shapes of mind, language space representation, heterochrony, Strindberg
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Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research
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91
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26 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},
  issn         = {0281-9864},
  keyword      = {AaO-model,Perspective Text Analysis (PTA),non-linear language mechanics,learning strategies,competence,consciousness,shapes of mind,language space representation,heterochrony,Strindberg},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {26},
  series       = {Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research},
  title        = {Heterogeneity in the apprehension of adaptation and justice},
  volume       = {91},
  year         = {2004},
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