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By Wes Raykowski

ISBN-10: 1494852543

ISBN-13: 9781494852542

Conceptual Understructure of Human Experience is an interdisciplinary examine of conversation techniques within the fields of good paintings, humanities, and sciences that offers a progressive philosophical interpretation of the cognitive styles fascinated by those and different human expressions. instead of turning to mind scans or different kinds of neuroimaging, it analyzes discrete human expressions, them as a functionality of the maps confirmed via the mind throughout the very early pre-symbolic and pre-linguistic phases of cognition.

Conceptual Understructure of Human Experience argues that there's a universal understructure to all sorts of expression, and it indicates the presence of no less than scales in human conceptualizations. these scales, it additional indicates, converge right into a unmarried expression that may be skilled jointly, publicly, and/or privately via comparability and concatenation processes.

A strangely approachable textual content, Conceptual Understructure of Human Experience is certain to attract an individual attracted to human cognition. No targeted wisdom of neuroscience, linguistics, or arithmetic is required to learn from reading.

This e-book is the 1st and major quantity of this name. It offers Raykowski’s doctoral thesis. the second one quantity, bought individually, comprises pictures of the artistic endeavors Raykowski created in the course of the process his research.

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