MODES OF THOUGHT

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Modes Of Thought

Author : Alfred North Whitehead
ISBN : 9780029352106
Genre : Philosophy
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Modes Of Thought

Author : David R. Olson
ISBN : 0521566444
Genre : Education
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A central problem in cultural psychology is the diversity of patterns of rationality among cultures, historical periods, and stages of personal development. The distinguished contributors to this volume maintain that the acknowledgement of the inconsistency of rational patterns is not necessarily at odds with the traditional notion of the "psychological unity" of humankind. Leading psychologists, anthropologists, historians, and educational theorists explore this issue in considerable depth, citing relevant examples and problems relating to their specific areas of expertise. Scholars of social and psychological disciplines will find this text to be informative and thought-provoking.
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Modes Of Thought

Author : Wolfgang Fikentscher
ISBN : 3161479130
Genre : Philosophy
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Modes Of Thought

Author : Alfred North Whitehead
ISBN : OCLC:752312111
Genre : Philosophy
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Modes Of Thought

Author : Alfred North Whitehead
ISBN : OCLC:470433361
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Modes Of Thought In Western And Non Western Societies

Author : Ruth Finnegan
ISBN : 9781532617614
Genre : Social Science
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Is there a basic difference in thinking between Western and non-Western societies? This long-debated yet highly topical problem forms the central question to which distinguished contributors in the fields of psychology, linguistics, history, and sociology and, more particularly, of social anthropology and philosophy, address themselves in this interdisciplinary collecĀ­tion. They are: Barry Barnes, Benjamin N. Colby and Michael Cole, Ruth Finnegan, Ernest Gellner, Robin Horton, J. M. Ita, Hilary Jenkins, Steven Lukes, Nobuhiro Nagashima, S. J. Tambiah, W. H. Whiteley, and Sybil Wolfram. The central ideas of this classic work are reformulated and refined in the various contributions with different possible dichotomies discussed such as: 'traditional/modern', 'industrial/nonĀ­ industrial', or 'scientific/non-scientific', and 'thinking,' analyzed in terms of its thought processes, content, logic or social background. The material in the book, which is dedicated to Sir Edward Evans-Pritchard, falls within the general area of the comparative sociology of knowledge, and will thus particularly interest philosophers, social anthropologists, and sociologists. The volume is however conceived in an interdisciplinary spirit and will be of interest to anyone seriously concerned to examine the nature of thinking in our own and other societies.
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Modes Of Thought

Author : Alfred North Whitehead
ISBN : OCLC:552563689
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A Scientist S Tools For Business

Author : Robert L. Sproull
ISBN : 1878822845
Genre : Business & Economics
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Volume providing an invaluable link between basic scientific principles and their application in the business world.
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