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Lists with This Book. Jan 15, Bob Nichols rated it liked it. Jean Piaget’s structuralist approach is defined by three components: Structures are wholes and wholes are something greater than parts structures are not aggregates ; they are characterized by transformation they are not static ; and, they are self-regulatory. Piaget’s arguments here are more technical and piager to follow. Piaget’s discussion of biol Jean Estructuraliwmo structuralist approach is defined by three components: Piaget’s discussion of biological structures is estrufturalismo than the others.
In contrast to views of structures as atomistic, irreducible units, Piaget sees structures as self-contained bodies that interact ewtructuralismo a larger world internal to the body, or external to the outside world and, thereby, become parts of and function as a greater whole. It is this exchange with ell broader environment that results in the transformation of the whole and its parts. A structure brings something inside itself and is transformed as a result.
And finally, such exchanges are regulated so that while transformation occurs, the integrity identity of the whole remains. In this way, structures operate dialectically and move from simple to complex, with each structure becoming part of a hierarchical series parts are parts of wholes that in turn become parts of greater wholesand each structure builds upon but extends what has occurred before. In this way, the human body is formed, and the mind is able to move from the instinctual to concrete structures, and from these to logical and mathematical structures that sit at the apex of abstract thought.
A couple of other interesting points can be highlighted about Piaget’s structuralism. Hegel’s dialectic philosophy is, to the extent one can understand Hegel, strikingly similar to Piaget’s description Piaget alludes to this, but doesn’t develop this thought. In biology, Piaget makes an almost incidental comment that the primary vehicle for evolutionary variation is not mutation and natural selection, but rather the recombination of individual genetic structures as they interact via reproduction with the larger genetic pool that natural selection then acts upon.
Piaget is a difficult writer, but this small book provides a fairly quick and easy introduction to a key feature of his scientific approach.
Understandably, Piaget is silent about the essential property of life, which is “in charge” of and regulates the whole, and which keeps identity and preserves the whole amidst transformation. We understand that structures are constituted by organization, but the “organizer” is missing.
A very short book, really an extended essay, but it’s going on the abandoned pile nonetheless. Piaget’s structuralism is a homeostatic, largely platonic model of forms.
His material is covered better in Hailes’ history of cybernetic theory, How We Became Posthumanwhich is actually an engaging and useful book. Piaget’s writing inprobably at the high water mark of formalist, totalizing cybernetic thought, not long before his hero Levy-Strauss would be toppled from his pedestal.
As a conci A very short book, really an extended essay, but it’s going on the abandoned pile nonetheless.
El Estructuralismo – Jean Piaget
As a concise if turgid analytic summary of a dead-end field, it may be of use to somebody – but not me. Structure as transformations – I think is the essence of the book. By emphasizing “transformation”, he wove back together the concepts of structure and dynamics which necessarily leads to construction. He emphasized structuralism esrructuralismo a method not a theory.
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This book definitely brings great insights and self-reflections on one’s scientific inquiries. I resonates a lot with the essence. However, having a great theme is not everything needed for a book to be helpful. Structuralism is to be seen as a Structure as transformations – I think is the essence of the book.
Structuralism is to be seen jan a method, but there is not a methodological path laid out in front of the readers. That makes Structuralism more of a perspective. Or maybe this translation is not particularly clear. Sad that I don’t know French. Apr paget, joe moro rated it liked it.
This was a very straightforward overview of structuralist approaches to a wide range of spheres of inquiry. Piaget comes off as a bit arrogant with regard to his unique constructivist perspective versus everyone else, especially Chomsky, with whom he seems to have a serious issue on almost everything discussed in the book.
Jan 29, Alexan Martin-Eichner rated it really liked it Shelves: Amazing survey and articulation of structuralism, both normative and descriptive though clear about its intent. Deserves a place in the philosophy of science. Piaget deals with the general theory very delicately, in a nuanced way, asserting that all good structuralism has to be fundamentally constructive, but that it could hypothetically aim at and move towards something objective.
And of course, sinc Amazing survey and articulation of structuralism, both normative and descriptive though clear about its intent. And of course, since most are probably interested, Piaget does thoroughly explain his own theories of genetic epistemology and child development.
While I generally detest structuralism, Piaget’s is probably the best treatment I’ll find. Yves rated it liked it Nov 21, Chloe Adeline rated it really liked it Nov 19, Clemente Rodriguez rated it really liked it Apr 17, Kara rated it liked it Sep 03, Angelo Tenfen Nicoladeli rated it it was amazing Aug 23, Megachristina rated it liked it Nov 14, Dougy rated it it was amazing Jan 22, Mwsquires rated it liked it Oct 04, Paul rated it it was amazing Mar 07, Madalina Roman rated it it was amazing Sep 24, VoxTertia rated it liked it Nov 18, Ian Caveny rated it it was amazing Jan 28, Paul rated it it was ok Mar 20, Alicia rated it liked it Nov 17, Kevin rated it liked it Jan 29, Silvia rated it liked it Mar 30, Azrael rated it it was amazing Jan 12, Juan rated it liked it Jun 17, Charlene rated it it was ok Mar 01, Barbara rated it really liked it Aug 31, Christoffer Lundkvist rated it liked it Jul 10, Emily rated it it was amazing Nov 10, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Jean Piaget was a Swiss philosopher, natural scientist and developmental theorist, well known for his work studying children, rstructuralismo theory of cognitive development and for his estructuralism view called “genetic epistemology. According to Ernst von Glasersfeld, Jean Piaget is “the great pione Jean Piaget was a Swiss philosopher, natural scientist and developmental theorist, well known for his work studying children, his theory of cognitive development and for his epistemological view called “genetic epistemology.
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