Scholarly traditions of jurisprudence, history, philology and sociology developed during this time and informed the development of the social sciences of which anthropology was a part.Read more
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For example, the judgment that the wall is red, or the judgment that the icy road is dangerous. One begins by compiling a list of statistically relevant factors and analyzing the list by a variety of methods. 456) Wesley Salmon's causal theory of explanation is perhaps the most influential developed within the realist tradition. Culture and the categorization of emotions.
Theories of language and representation
Within the philosophy of science there have been competing ideas about what an explanation. Historically, explanation has been associated with causation: to explain an event or phenomenon is to identify its cause. According to cognitive dissonance theory, there is a tendency for individuals to seek consistency among their cognitions (i.e., beliefs, opinions). There are different theories of emotion to explain what emotions are and how they operate.
Lehrer, Keith (1990) Theory of Knowledge. The likelihood of a specific response has a probability which can be changed by reward and is affected by various other variables (e.g. Once these rules are specified by society (either implicitly or explicitly they become, Averill says, "part of our 'second nature (1993,. Thinking about feeling: Contemporary philosophers on emotions (pp. Paivio (1986) states: Human cognition is unique in that it has become specialized for dealing simultaneously with language and with nonverbal objects and events. Cognitive scientists in the neuroscience tradition, in contrast, argue that folk psychology is not explanatory at all: in its completed state all reference to beliefs and desires will be eliminated from the vocabulary of cognitive science in favor of a vocabulary that allows.