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Re: [xmca] activity (was concepts)
On 22 April 2011 02:40, Huw Lloyd <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 21 April 2011 17:11, Martin Packer <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On Apr 21, 2011, at 2:17 AM, Andy Blunden wrote:
>> > * The quotes you give seem to confirm for me that as a unit of an
>> activity, "act" is exactly the right term for his use of "word meaning."
> I would say that making a meaning is an act. That speaking a meaning is
> an act. But that the meaning itself is the product of an act. Likewise,
> I'd say that knowing as engaging with meaning is an act.
>From Langer (L*), "Philosophy in a New Key", page viii and Jung,
"Psycholgocial Types" (J*) or, if you prefer, Hoop, "Conscious Orientation".
Here's a brief sketch of my understanding (if it's misaligned look at it in
Vygotsy Sign(L*) Perception(J*) Judgement(J*)
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HMF (social) Symbol Intuition Thinking
LMF (Physiology) Signal Sensation Feeling
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