TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «NONEXPLANATORY»
The term «nonexplanatory» is barely ever used and occupies the 210.197
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NONEXPLANATORY»
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The Nature of Expertise in Professional Acting: A Cognitive View
Further inspection of the data showed that not only did actors in the gist condition
produce the most explanatory comments, they also reported the fewest number of
nonexplanatory comments, t(26) = 2.02, p < .05. These patterns of results were ...
The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Science
At this point, when a scholar proposes thatan intuitively nonexplanatory account
can countaspart ofthe best systematization of our knowledge, unificationists
respond by showing there is a more unifying systematization that produces an ...
Martin Curd, Stathis Psillos, 2013
Categorization by Humans and Machines: Advances in Research ...
The results of this experiment indicated that the explainable aspects of the
potlatch ceremony were acquired after exposure to only a single instance, while
the nonexplanatory aspects of the ceremony were only acquired after multiple ...
Public Policy and Program Evaluation
At this juncture, I must draw a contrast between two cardinal types: explanatory
and nonexplanatory evaluations. Explanatory evaluation amounts to means-ends
evaluation. It sets out to assess programs with respect to something they are ...
Program of the Tenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive ...
EXPLANATORY. AND. NONEXPLANATORY. INFORMATION. Woo-Kyoung Ahn
and William F. Brewer Department of Psychology & Center for the study of
Reading University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ABSTRACT We suggest that
Cognitive Science Society (U.S.). Conference, 1988
Creative Model Construction in Scientists and Students: The ...
Nonexplanatory. (“Expedient”). Models. 126.96.36.199 Four Types of Knowledge
Science I now return to an issue mentioned in the chapter introduction to give
some further details in the description of scientific models and to discuss
Woodcutters and Witchcraft: Rationality and Interpretive ...
The fact that explanations appealing to laws and causes have not been useful in
the interpretive disciplines, therefore, shows neither that these disciplines are
epistemologically suspect nor that they need a nonexplanatory methodology.
from the division property is nonexplanatory, and, I think, nonexplanatory in just
the same way as the derivation of heights from shadowlengths. If this is correct,
then the example reveals that the asymmetry problem can arise in cases where ...
Philip Kitcher, Wesley C. Salmon, 1962
Language Form and Language Function
Despite these truisms, it is astonishing to see appeals to innateness being
dismissed as inherently nonexplanatory, as in the following quote (see also
Givon 1984: 7; Comrie 1989: 25): To 'explain' these facts [about the form of
grammars of ...
Frederick J. Newmeyer, 2000
Causation and Persistence : A Theory of Causation: A Theory ...
On the nonexplanatory model it is not the case that if c causes e, this is so
because these events exemplify certain properties. I argue for the
nonexplanatory approach, and within the nonexplanatory camp I push for the
view that tropes ...
Douglas Ehring Associate Professor of Philosophy Southern Methodist University, 1997
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NONEXPLANATORY»
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Blind athlete overcame tough childhood to find strength within
Her instructor taught Caparroso the nonexplanatory names of the positions and helped position her body to do the moves properly. «HeraldNet, Jun 12»
Jacob Ziegel: How to choose the best judges
... the subject of complaints because of alleged prosecutorial bias and nonexplanatory convictions that have often led to reversals on appeal. «National Post, Mar 12»