- n. philosophy The view that ethical sentences express propositions and are therefore capable of being true or false.
- n. art The view that a work of art is valuable if it contributes to knowledge.
- n. psychology The view that mental function can be understood as the internal manipulation of symbols according to a set of rules.
- cognitive + -ism (Wiktionary)
“These are are all well-researched areas as well. said to possess qualities such as self - Cognitive psychology is associated with a awareness, sentience, sapience, and the school of thought known as cognitivism, ability to perceive the relationship between whose adherents argue for an information oneself and one's environment.”
“There is a problem with the conventional categories (such as cognitivism, instructionism / behaviourism, constructivism, connectionist / connectivism, neuroscience) because some (many?) learning theorists bridge more than one category”
“George provided a basic understanding of various theories of knowledge & learning e.g., behaviorism, cognitivism, social constructivism, constructionism, neuroscience as he led us toward a theory of connectivism.”
“And those complaints eventually became the strongest argument for non-cognitivism in meta-ethics.”
“A more modest ˜cognitivism™ would hold that intention entails belief, that practical reasoning does not reduce to theoretical, but that some requirements that govern intention are best understood as requirements of theoretical reason.”
“Thus some non-cognitivists hope to explain logical relations by using the secondary descriptive component in the meanings of moral terms postulated by some versions of non-cognitivism.”
“Deflationism about truth or truth-aptness can be used to argue that there is no room for non-cognitivism of the sort that succeeds in vindicating much of moral practice.”
“Or, as with the more sophisticated versions of non-cognitivism, one can allow them to predicate natural properties and argue that the appearance that they do something other than this is due to the additional expressive component in their meaning.”
“Depending on which version a theorist defends, different versions of non-cognitivism can explain the necessity of the connection, although not all versions can be easily explained using non-cognitivist resources.”
“Non-cognitivism is a variety of irrealism about ethics with a number of influential variants.”
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