Knowing and the Mystique of Logic and Rules: Including True Statements in Knowing and Action * Computer Modelling of Human Knowing Activity * Coherent Description as the Core of Scholarship and Science P. Naur

ISBN: 9780792336808

Published: August 31st 1995

Hardcover

368 pages


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Knowing and the Mystique of Logic and Rules: Including True Statements in Knowing and Action * Computer Modelling of Human Knowing Activity * Coherent Description as the Core of Scholarship and Science  by  P. Naur

Knowing and the Mystique of Logic and Rules: Including True Statements in Knowing and Action * Computer Modelling of Human Knowing Activity * Coherent Description as the Core of Scholarship and Science by P. Naur
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Human knowing is examined as it emerges from classical empirical psychology, with its ramifications into language, computing, science, and scholarship. While the discussion takes empirical support from a wide range, claims for the significance ofMoreHuman knowing is examined as it emerges from classical empirical psychology, with its ramifications into language, computing, science, and scholarship.

While the discussion takes empirical support from a wide range, claims for the significance of logic and rules are challenged throughout. Highlights of the discussion: knowing is a matter of habits or dispositions that guide the persons stream of consciousness- rules of language have no significance in language production and understanding, being descriptions of linguistic styles- statements that may be true or false enter into ordinary linguistic activity, not as elements of messages, but merely as summaries of situations, with a view to action- in computer programming the significance of logic, proof, and formalized description, is incidental and subject to the programmers personality- analysis of computer modelling of the mental activity shows that in describing human knowing the computer is irrelevant- in accounting for the scholarly/scientific activity, logic and rules are impotent- a novel theory: scholarship and science have coherent descriptions as their core.

The discussion addresses questions that are basic to advanced applications of computers and to students of language and science.



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