Little more than a hundred years ago, strange as it may seem, there was no real concept of psychology. The end of the 19th century was the peak in the trajectory of the Age of Reason, the fruit of the Liberalism ripened in the western sun, and the rational mind was everything. 1,474 more words
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The traditional doctrine contends that intelligence ‘knowing that’ is distinct from the practical application of intelligence ‘knowing how’. Intelligence does not influence action and is expressed in regulative propositions: I know that the car is red, for example. 1,315 more words
‘An ‘inner process’ stands in need of outward criteria.’ (Philosophical Investigations, … 9,126 more words
A review of the role of neuroscience in education and an examination of the credentials of the brain-based learning movement.
Key words: Neuroscience, brain-based learning, mereological fallacy, first-person/third-person asymmetry. 18,494 more words
Consider the analytical model of an art form in the last post, with its concern with the communication or expression of ideas within a medium. The idea is that core idea(s) are brought to the surface – and to an audience – through various things which constitute a language or craft within a given medium/media. 539 more words