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Kramsch, Claire – Applied Linguistics, 2018
The "trans-" perspectives offered in this special issue are heady stuff. Post-structuralism (philosophy) meets the digital age (electronics), meets globalization (economics), and meets translingual practice (linguistics) to create a perfectly utopian or placeless space for future exploration. I want to first add my voice to the…
Descriptors: Philosophy, Information Technology, Global Approach, Economics
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Webb, P. Taylor; Gulson, Kalervo N. – Critical Studies in Education, 2015
This paper examines the epistemologies and ontologies of education policy studies. Our aim is to posit a reinvigoration of policy studies to hedge against undue ossification and co-option of critical policy studies. We do so by arguing for the need to develop new concepts for policy studies using the "posts" (e.g., post-structuralism and…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Policy Analysis, Epistemology, Philosophy
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Akhter, Javed; Muhammad, Khair; Naz, Naila – Advances in Language and Literary Studies, 2015
Jacques Derrida (1930-2004) is the most prominent figure in contemporary philosophical and literary debate. He originates a trend-breaking theory of deconstruction. He opines the persistence in west European philosophical tradition of what he labels is logocentric metaphysics of presence. He argues that the different theories of philosophy, from…
Descriptors: Classical Literature, Literature Appreciation, Philosophy, Literary Criticism
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Carr, David – Journal of Beliefs & Values, 2012
Post-secularism seems to follow in the wake of other (what are here called) "postal" perspectives--post-structuralism, postmodernism, post-empiricism, post-positivism, post-analytical philosophy, post-foundationalism and so on--in questioning or repudiating what it takes to be the epistemic assumptions of "modernism." To be sure, post-secularism…
Descriptors: Philosophy, Religion, Religious Education, Postmodernism
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Olssen, Mark – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2008
This article explores the affinities and parallels between Foucault's Nietzschean view of history and models of complexity developed in the physical sciences in the twentieth century. It claims that Foucault's rejection of structuralism and Marxism can be explained as a consequence of his own approach which posits a radical ontology whereby the…
Descriptors: Systems Approach, Physical Sciences, Philosophy, Creativity
Hadad, Shira – ProQuest LLC, 2012
This dissertation offers a study of proper names and naming as a conceptual and thematic anchor in the work of S.Y. Agnon. Proper names, I argue, constitute an underexplored and highly fruitful prism through which to read literature, and specifically Agnon's fiction. My study consists of a series of readings in several of Agnon's major…
Descriptors: Literature, Fiction, Naming, Linguistic Theory
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Broughton, John M. – Human Development, 1981
Piaget's theory is identified as a branch of structuralism concerned with the concept of truth, in distinction from French structuralism, which is focused on meaning. The two branches are compared and contrasted, and relations between logic and language are explored. Similarities and differences in the theories of Piaget, Levi-Strauss, and Chomsky…
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Developmental Psychology, Developmental Stages, Epistemology
Piaget, Jean – 1970
Provided is an overview of the analytical method known as structuralism. The first chapter discusses the three key components of the concept of a structure: the view of a system as a whole instead of so many parts; the study of the transformations in the system; and the fact that these transformations never lead beyond the system but always…
Descriptors: Biology, Linguistics, Logic, Mathematics
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Harris, Wendell V. – College English, 1983
Suggests that contemporary critical literary theories such as hermaneutics, reader-response, speech-act, structuralism, and deconstructionism share with pre-Platonic Eleatic thought a distrust of cause-and-effect reasoning and an emphasis on paradox. (MM)
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Intellectual History, Literary Criticism, Literature Appreciation
Riegel, Klaus F. – 1972
This paper discusses the development of structuralism in psychology, linguistics, mathematics, philosophy, anthropology, and sociology by citing theories supported by thinkers in all these fields. The contrast between structure (schema, pattern, gestalt) and function (activity, interaction, transformation) is used as the point of departure for the…
Descriptors: Anthropology, Behavior Patterns, Cognitive Development, Genetics
Leymore, Varda Langholz – 1975
This discussion of advertising treats it as a communication system analyzable in structuralist terms. Building on the approaches of Levi-Strauss and others, the discussion begins with a general introduction to structuralism and goes on to outline the specific methodology adopted in this study. The approach is illustrated in two contexts: static…
Descriptors: Advertising, Mass Media, Mythology, Periodicals
National Council for Research on Women, New York, NY. – 1990
The National Network of Women's Caucuses first biennial meeting saw over 50 participants come together to discuss a broad range of issues affecting women in the disciplines and professions. One set of discussions included panelists Dorothy O. Helly, Elizabeth Kamarck Minnich, Sandra Coyner, Leslie Hill-Davidson, and Betty Schmitz. The discussion…
Descriptors: Consciousness Raising, Feminism, Philosophy, Sex Bias
Minai, Asghar Talaye – 1969
Developed were methods of coordinating art and science in relation to the creation of the physical form of the environment. Such an approach has been directed towards a theory of form based on point theory or field theory in architecture and deals with the problem of potentiality or dispositional properties. Part I, Towards a Sociology of…
Descriptors: Architecture, Art, Doctoral Dissertations, Ecology
Cortese, Anthony J. – 1984
Tiryakian's "school" approach is used to analyze the evolution of Kohlberg's study of moral development over the past 25 years. The first part of the paper contrasts the paradigm approach (Kuhn 1970) to the schools approach in defining the development of the social sciences. Specifically, Kuhn's definition of a paradigm…
Descriptors: Cognitive Measurement, Cognitive Structures, Developmental Stages, Learning Processes
Harned, Jon – Freshman English News, 1986
Discusses the philosophical thought of Jacques Derrida and Michel Foucault as it applies to writing instruction. (SRT)
Descriptors: Educational Theories, English Instruction, Expository Writing, Freshman Composition
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