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Introduction The question of whether the use of demonstrative or indexical expressions can be successfully incorporated within a Fregean theory of meaning and whether a Fregean approach can adequately deal with the problem of tracking and retaining thoughts over time (cognitive dynamics), has been

In: Grazer Philosophische Studien
In: Grazer Philosophische Studien

the point of vv. 1-11 is not that humankind can or cannot find water per se . The point is not even that humans can find silver, gold, and rare gems—and presumably thus achieve a truly fulfilling success. But if one considers the prototypical and cognitive dynamics at work in this multi

In: Vetus Testamentum

Science Went Wrong . Clarendon Press, Oxford. Hummel, J. E. (1999). Where view-based theories of human object recognition break down: the role of structure in human shape perception, in: Cognitive Dynamics: Conceptual Change in Humans and Machines , Ch. 7, Dietrich, E. and Markman, A. (Eds). Erlbaum

In: Spatial Vision

also provide new opportunities for clarifying and integrating scientific theories about human cognition and culture. Scholars with special interest in the cognitive dynamics that shape human experience may find themselves attracted to the discussion of cognitive architectures in this literature

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture

religion as providing “…  partial and probabilistic explanations … [of] the cognitive dynamics that encourage religious belief.” These dynamics “do not compel people to hold fully developed ideas about the Christian God or any other” (emphasis added). Compare this to Shook’s reading: “The

In: Method & Theory in the Study of Religion
Author: Baran Alp Uncu

, when the police harshly evicted Gezi Park using extreme levels of violence once more. Emotional and Cognitive Dynamics of the Mobilization at Gezi Park The Gezi protests mark a turning point for the social movement scene in Turkey due to the unprecedented level of mobilization achieved in terms

In: Southeastern Europe

, totalist group that intensifies the social and cognitive dynamics: uncertainty reduction, terror management, social identity, meaning making, intratextuality and low integrative complexity. To understand the appeal of radical neo-Islam, historical, cultural and reli- gious contexts need also be considered

In: Archive for the Psychology of Religion

, Raymond. 1999. Intentions in the Experience of Meaning . New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Gibbs, Raymond. 2006. Embodiment and Cognitive Science . New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Gibbs, Raymond and Lynne Cameron. 2007. Social-cognitive dynamics of metaphor performance

In: International Review of Pragmatics