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Our Economy  [PDF]
Christian Müller*
Modern Economy (ME) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/me.2011.24063
Abstract: I discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the current predominant approach to macroeconomic modelling of asset prices and suggest an alternative perspective. This alternative rests on the insight that the economy is the result of individual decisions. The industry standard has it, however, that individual action is ruled by objective, general laws instead. Changing the point of view allows to reconcile numerous puzzles and paves the way for a promising new research agenda.
Defining “Context” with Institutions as Fuzzy Rule Bases  [PDF]
Prateek Goorha, Jason Potts
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2015.51003
Abstract: We propose considering an institutional context as a fuzzy control system, and, thereby, the role of any given institution to be akin to a database of fuzzy rules. We develop this analogy for a hierarchical institutional system and provide an overview of the method for designing the database structure using a hierarchical system of linguistic rules. This, we submit, is as an interesting way of looking at institutional development with nested institutions.
Exploring (Inter)Subjectivity and Constructional Changes  [PDF]
Xu Yang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.36022
Abstract: Subjectivity is a property of language and it concerns speaker’s expressions of his own evaluation and his imprint shown in an utterance. Inter subjectivity is a derivational form of subjectivity, implicating the speaker’s recognition to the addressee and paying attention to the needs of an addressee’s face and self-image. Subjectivity can prompt the constructional change and bring about constructionalization. This research probes into the politeness realization in daily expressions and proposes that (inter)subjectivity is closely connected with constructional change. Subjectification can be regarded as one of main factors which bring about constructionalization.
La impureza: Sus implicaciones en la poesía y las colecciones de Pablo Neruda
Holas,Sergio;
Revista signos , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-09342005000100007
Abstract: this paper advances a reading of pablo neruda?s poetry and collections based on the concept of ?impurity? . the main thesis of this work is that the idea of ?impurity? rises from the effect of proximity between subject and object. this proximity modifies the purity of form due to the coupling between subject and object. consequently, both the poet and the collector are led in their tasks by the corporeal/incorporeal transformations which this proximity effects upon the body of the objects as well as on subjectivity. impurity, therefore, plays an important role in both nerudian poetics and collections
wiadomo i subiektywno we wspó czesnej filozofii umys u. Razem czy oddzielnie? (Consciousness and Subjectivity in Contemporary Philosophy of Mind)
Jakub Jonkisz
Analiza i Egzystencja , 2009,
Abstract: In contemporary philosophy of mind consciousness is in the centre of most debates, despite that the notion is far from being clear. The main reason for those ambiguities is a special relation between consciousness and subjectivity. Subjectivity came along into the problem of consciousness together with an old notion of qualia. It seems as if we could not define consciousness without any reference to subjectivity and qualia, nor could we give any adequate explanations of consciousness without explaining them first. This explicatory and explanatory connection looks inseparable, but probably is wrong. The paper points out that in order to be compatible with the actual, empirical knowledge about living creatures and cognitive agents we should extend the notion of subjectivity. However, the extended subjectivity is no longer distinctive for any kind of consciousness. If we accept this up-to-date understanding of subjectivity we shell end up with a conviction that the notions of phenomenal consciousness and qualia are needless, at least. They were intended to distinguish subjective states from other conscious states, now the intention is pointless. Not only because all consciousness is subjective, but also because there are subjective states which are not conscious. Finally, without eliminating subjectivity we separate it from consciousness. Both are real features but considered as explicatory and explanatory independent which makes their characteristic much clearer. Consciousness is best characterized in terms of the consecutive levels of access to the information processed by a subject. Subjectivity is as an ontological feature of uniqueness of the states of an individual system. Subjective states exist only inside the system or an organism that we call subject and only as being actually experienced, that is why they are directly accessible only for their subject.
Study on the Subjectivity of Students in English Teaching  [PDF]
Yanqing Ge
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1102783
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In modern educational fields, the quality education is put more weight, which aims to reduce the heavy homework burden of students and enhance the quality of students and the mass of education. Some theories, such as the constructivism learning theory and cognition education, are put forward and used fully. In the reform, the Dulangkou Middle School has created a unique teaching mode. The impact of the mode is very extensive, and it upsurges the thinking for subjectivity education and subjectivity learning strategies. The theses, at first, state some concepts, such as the subjectivity education and the subjectivity learning strategy, and survey and analyze the problems in the traditional English classroom teaching, and then analyze the teaching mode of Dulangkou. Through contrasting and analyzing the problems in the traditional English classroom teaching and creative methods of Dulangkou, some knowledge about the meaning of developing the subjectivity of students is put forward to further explore how to develop the subjectivity of students.
Subjetividad social, sujeto y representaciones sociales
González Rey,Fernando;
Diversitas: Perspectivas en Psicología , 2008,
Abstract: this paper discusses some of the challenges concerning development social representations in current psychology. as with any theoretical construction capable of shedding light on new aspects in scientific thought, the concept of social representation has expanded itself throughout authors who use it with different theoretical and methodological bases. the concept of subjectivity, from a historical cultural standpoint, is introduced in the discussion concerning the current alternatives for the development of social representation. from this framework, subjectivity is completely redefined, gaining a new meaning as part of a completely new theoretical system. starting from this definition, subjectivity is understood not as exclusively individual phenomena, but as an important side of any social phenomena. the concept of social subjectivity is discussed in its consequences for the social representation's development. this discussion involves social subjectivity, subject and social representation into a complex and dynamic system
Review Essay: Schwankende Gestalten drücken die Schulbank. Subjektanalyse im Anschluss an Andreas Reckwitz Review Essay: Faltering Forms Go to School. Analysis of the Subject in Connection With Andreas Reckwitz Ensayo: Las formas titubeantes van a la escuela. Análisis del sujeto de acuerdo con Andreas Reckwitz
Johannes Twardella
Forum : Qualitative Social Research , 2009,
Abstract: Der Kulturwissenschaftler Andreas RECKWITZ besch ftigt sich in seinem Buch mit dem Titel "Subjekt" dergestalt mit einer Reihe von strukturalistischen bzw. poststrukturalistischen Autor/innen, dass er ihre Werke als Beitr ge zu einer Analyse des Subjekts in der Moderne interpretiert. In dem vorliegenden Aufsatz werden nun nicht nur diese Interpretationen in groben Zügen wiedergegeben, sondern es wird auch der Versuch unternommen, ihre die Empirie aufschlie ende "Kraft" zu "prüfen". In dem Bezug auf einen Ausschnitt aus dem Alltag der Schule, einer Unterrichtsstunde im Fach Deutsch, zeigt sich, wie diese unterschiedlichen "subjekttheoretischen Analysestrategien" zu jeweils anderen, interessanten und aufschlussreichen Interpretationen führen k nnen. Darüber hinaus wird aber auch deutlich, dass auf die Vorstellung von Subjektivit t – und damit auch von Bildung und Mündigkeit – nicht verzichtet werden kann. Ohne diese Vorstellung w re die p dagogische Praxis zynisch – und ihr Verst ndnis unm glich. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs090222 In his book "Subjectivity," Andreas RECKWITZ interprets the work of a series of structuralist and poststructuralist authors in relation to the analysis of subjectivity. In the following article I reconstruct this interpretation and attempt to critically analyze the empirical explanatory power of these authors. An excerpt from the school routine of a German class is used to show how these various "subject-theoretical analysis strategies" may lead to different, interesting, and insightful interpretations. It also becomes clear that the idea of subjectivity, and therefore of education and maturity, cannot be abandoned. Without this idea, the application of pedagogy would be cynical, and the ability to understand it impossible. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs090222 En su libro "Subjetividad", Andreas RECKWITZ interpreta el trabajo de una serie de autores estructuralistas y postestructuralistas con relación al análisis de la subjetividad. En este artículo reconstruyo esta interpretación e intento analizar críticamente el poder explicativo empírico de esos autores. Se usa un extracto de rutina escolar proveniente de una clase de alemán para mostrar la forma en que esas diversas "estrategias de análisis teórico-subjetivo" pueden llevar a diferentes, interesantes y brillantes interpretaciones. También resulta claro que la idea de subjetividad, y por consiguiente de educación y madurez, no puede abandonarse. Sin esta idea, la aplicación de la pedagogía sería cínica y la habilidad para comprenderla, imposible. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs090222
Significados, cambios y contexto actual de trabajo: Estudio interpretativo
Peralta-Gómez,María Claudia;
Diversitas: Perspectivas en Psicología , 2012,
Abstract: the present research illustrates how people are giving meaning to the contemporary socio-industrial changes, the new realities on the job organization, and its implications on the construction of the workers' subjectivity. the understanding of this meaning construction leads to the constitution of the individual as a psychological and a social process. the sample for the research is 28 workers from bogotá, with whom interviews were conducted. the interviews were transcribed and interpreted using grounded theory. the results highlight the impact on technology, the legal standards, competition, ethical practices at the current socio labor spectrum and their incidence on the worker who is identified as available, competent and self-demanding at the moment the worker assume a job.
Cidade, subjetividade e território: representa??es de moradores de favelas
Lopes, José Rogério;
Intera??es (Campo Grande) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1518-70122007000100009
Abstract: the article presents an analysis of the relation between space, subjectivity and knowledge based on an ethnographic study developed in a slum pertaining to the town of ubatuba, in the state of s?o paulo, brazil. the analysis is centered on the discussion of terms that define social-spatial perceptions among impoverished subjects, analyzing the social content that permeates the use of such terms and that makes it possible to characterize distinctions to the analysis of social-spatial relations that are marked by social inequality.
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