Decyzje – Krawczyk M () Podstawy: filozofia metody eksperymentalnej w ekonomii. In: Krawczyk M (ed) Ekonomia eksperymentalna. Wolters. Eksperymentalna Grupa Performatywna TartLib · Performance Art Theatre · arcana GIS. Media/News Company. Prawo i Kosmos – Prawo Kosmiczne. Legal. Journal. Filozofia Nauki. Year. Volume . Wysocki T. (), Filozofia eksperymentalna jako metodologia filozoficzna, Wrocław: publikacja internetowa, .
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We kindly inform you that, as long as the subject affiliation of our In this case, please broaden your search criteria. The paper is written to present and to analyze the semiotic strategies set up by human behavior in semiotic interaction, with particular emphasis fikozofia manipulation and sanction, extremely present in daily interactions.
The culture of signs is a recurrent term in philosophy. It does not allow mindless programs to win. Thanks to it, it is possible to put trust in model, holistic approaches rather than the linguistic determination of meanings. The process of departing from philosophical reflection, which has always been holistic, expressed with the diagram: Presentations allow the return to ideas; ideas have more of the imaginary than the symbolic.
The concept of the Body without Organs depicts a new form of sensualisation directed not at gaining permanent representations but at the possibilities of switching various functions of experience. The logo comes from the Greek logos. Logo consists of one or more words or words and pictures combined.
In both narratives, for the logo, it eksperymrntalna be said that it is a physical symbol and it can substitute for another objenin or concept like every symbol. This is where the difficulty of designing or interpreting the logo comes from.
Because if something takes the place of something else, it is the work of a long period of time that the thing is interpreted and covered. In this context, ekspreymentalna signs can form a corporate picture as well as being a bridge to logo, corporate behavior and corporate communication as a component.
The logo animates a message, a reminder symbol, an image in memory or in the heart. It all loads up to mean everything. These meanings are the semiotics of the family name.
It tries to communicate in the invisible inner reality of objects by giving meaning, giving a general approach to the relationship between language, culture, society and communication, with the Turkish definition and signification. In other words, logos can cross the boundaries of purely formal perception and can also exchange information. The perceived meaning in this way is primitive and can be easily grasped.
At the forefront of the factors that influence this concept is cultural accumulation, undoubtedly, besides the recognized forms and colors. In other words, their authority and content determine the behavior, attitude, belief and worldview of people.
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Romulus Bucur is a renowned writer and literary critic. The second part of the volume is dedicated to the Romanian translations from the classical and contemporary Chinese culture. Mention must be made about the semiotic approach to all literary works glossed about.
According to Jeanne Parain-Vial and others, humans are characterized by their need for analogy, together with the need for logic and intelligibility, and this need is expressed by a continuous research of models in the scientific field that can, in some aspects, bring to light some properties of reality, namely be analogous of them.
The knowability of things is founded on analogy; thus, they are not exhausted by a single model of knowledge but rather through multiple and autonomous forms of comprehension. As also pointed out by Juri Lotman and Boris Uspenskij, mythical thought was the first to postulate the possibility of establishing a relationship of likeness among very different realities, as in the archetypical cosmological model of world: The article is dedicated to the use of analogy in Lotmanian semiotic theorization and to its heuristic and epistemological value.
Th is paper explains how we create concepts such as the forest or the backyard through language. Th eoretical notions from modelling systems theory and cognitive linguistics explain that while language plays a key role in constructing new models of nature, new cognitive habits and changes of belief depend on face-to-face and non-verbal communication with other organisms, human and non-human. On 20 Maythe Time weekly published a special report issue in its entirety covering the killing of Osama bin Laden.
Clearly, owing to its thematic coherence, the Time Special Report issue could be examined through the lenses of qualitative content analysis tools.
Based on two basic assumptions: What is important is that the administrators and creators of these advertisements succeeded in keeping a semiotic balance between the personal characteristics of a particular model and the image schema which this model was to maintain.
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The representatives of this image kept changing, but its matrix, which made these representatives similar to one another and instantly recognizable as part of a well-known stereotype, turned out to be surprisingly stable and unchanging over several decades. Audiovisual eksperymentslna is significant in its narrative and created images.
Cognitive metaphor and metonymy theories as well as the identified multimodal meaning making resources indicating the embodiment of eksperymentalnna love emotions are applied in the analysis. Firstly, emotions, their notion, typology and somatic aspects of love emotions are discussed. Then the focus is put on multimodal constructions and their audiovisual expression.
The empirical part of the article deals with the analysis of the most intense love emotions discerned in the film, namely, ecstasy and admiration, paying the primary attention to the multimodal modes used to reveal their conceptualisation. The main attention is paid to the metaphors in which both the source and the target domains are perceptual.
Numerous constructions of the analysed material show that although in some cases a perceptual mode is initially specified, the imagery is linguistically related in terms eksperymenntalna to one or more differing perceptual modes.
These constructions resemble synaesthesias e.
Interpretation of cross-modal sensory gilozofia is determined by the context. In his Metahistory, Hayden White states historians often approach their topic tropologically pre-figuring it.
By choosing a predominant trope they see history through, they also choose the genre for their writing. Referring to these works on tropes, we study several creative methods that appear in contemporary Slovak historical documentary. This article aims at proposing a way to identify humour by means of Greimassian semiotics and to single humour out as a unique object of semiotic analysis. Firstly, the article discusses the fundamental epistemological premises of semiotic text analysis through flozofia analysis of texts by Greimas which were meant to further and legitimize his project of semiotics.
Also, the already existing attempts at providing a semiotic definition of humour are critically evaluated while relating their problematic aspects with the implicitly defined field of semiotic interest. Finally, it is demonstrated that a productive semiotic description of a comic text is possible when the status quo epistemological views are revised and the traditional field of semiotic analyses is expanded accordingly.
Animals and human—animal relations are studied in a number of different research paradigms deriving from biology, medicine, eksperymsntalna, philosophy, literary criticism, and others. Each and every one of them brings along its own methodological character and fiilozofia of research — from the quantitative and strict approaches in anthrozoology and sociological research to the open and reflective reasoning of critical studies.
In this array of different possible approaches, zoosemiotics and semiotic studies of animals try to hold a middle ground. The research objects of zoosemiotics are complex as a result of their individual character, of the biological and semiotic variety of animal species, and of the many possible human—animal interactions. This has resulted ekwperymentalna a need for a well-forged methodology. Common methodological devices are a prerequisite for developing any systemic and comprehensive understanding of animal semiosis, since they make it fikozofia to compare different species and case studies, and provide zoo eksperymentallna with some capacity for prediction.
At the same time, however, zoosemiotics is inclined toward qualitative methodologies and research methods. Quantitative methods and statistics-based analyses, commonly used in biology and other life sciences, may well form a background for zoosemiotic research, but asking qualitative questions is always in the foreground.
Instead of rigid concepts, structural distinctions and categories, methodology in zoosemiotics is best understood as dynamical and adjustable.
The concept of archetype used by Eliade in religious science investigations derives from his meditational experiences. Eliade, in filozofiq to be better understood by Western scholars, filozofi to the archetype concept by Carl Gustav Jung and the concept of ideal type used by phenomenologists.
However, one should not identify Jung’s concept of archetype filosofia that of Eliade’s. With Jung, it has a psychological meaning, with Eliade a metaphysical one. However, according to the Romanian scholar, the same archetypes are basis of religious, esthetical and literary symbols.
It is our intention which decides about how given symbol is to be understood. Any symbols however, owe their power just to the archetypes embedded in the structure of the human psyche. More precisely, structural analysis that became a must of fillzofia analytical interpretation was based on the work of Claude Levi-Strauss, but also on those of the predecessors of structural analysis, like Van Gennep and Prop; British followers of structuralism like E. Taking aside predecessors of structural analysis, main sources of Serbian structural-semiotic revolution came from Levi-Strauss structural anthropology.
When in the s Serbian readers faced anthropological filozofka coming from different intellectual backgrounds and representing major theoretical trends in anthropology, Serbian ethnology, firmly based on its hundred years old romantic roots, gave equally opportunities to all filozotia approaches that fought for the intellectual domination in the discipline. Since the beginning of history humans have attempted to represent nature and culture through mimesis.
This article focuses wksperymentalna the teleological aspects of mimesis and offers a different perspective that transcends the notion of sustainability into an eco-humanistic metamorphosis of culture and nature.
Drawing from semiotics, phenomenology rksperymentalna architectural design the article challenges the polarization of mimetic representations of nature and culture, which are inclusive and homomorphic phenomena, and offers insight into the mutual mimesis of nature and culture. Two different empirical observations substantiate the theoretical perspective: The article makes the case for a theoretical approach that integrates mimetic principles in creating a sustainable environment and an authentic ecoliving.
The article concludes with ethical implications on the way we perceive the mutual resemblances in nature and culture, and on our semiotic understanding of the teleological aspects of mimesis.
The paper offers a semiotic analysis of the narrative of Gabi the dog and the jaguar in the form in which the story appears on the website of the Belgrade zoo. The aim of the paper is to, by applying semiotic analysis to the way in which an unusual event at the zoo was narrativized, uncover the deeper structure of thought which underlies the story and reflects and shapes not just the discourse of the Belgrade zoo, but the implicit understanding of the role and function of zoos in Serbia up until the present day.
Etymological sketch presents 19 words, in the majority of all-Slavonic range. To the oldest and filozifia popular beliefs preserved in the Slavonic folklore belongs conviction that human eye has a power of casting a spell or a curse on somebody. The paper tests an egodocumentary approach to the bibliographical and archival heritage of Algirdas J. Greimas that has been collected, systematized, and examined at the A. Shibboleth authentication is only available to registered institutions.
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