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Explanation (Philosophy)

Explanation (Philosophy)

Explanation (Philosophy) Introduction: Explanation, in philosophy, a set of statements that makes intelligible the existence or occurrence of an object, event, or state of affairs. It is a set of statements usually constructed to describe a set of facts which clarifies the causes, context, and co.....

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Solipsism

Solipsism

Solipsism Solipsism is the philosophical idea that the only thing that can be known to exist is one’s own mind and everything outside of one’s own mind cannot be verified. The word ‘Solipsism’ (sɒlɪpsɪzəm) actually comes from Latin solus, which meaning is ‘alone’, .....

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Argument

Argument

Argument In logic and critical thinking, an argument is a list of statements, one of which is the conclusion and the others are the premises or assumptions of the argument. The logical form of an argument in a natural language can be represented in a symbolic formal language, and independently of.....

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Functionalism

Functionalism

Functionalism Functionalism in the philosophy of mind is the doctrine that what makes something a mental state of a particular type does not depend on its internal constitution, but rather on the way it functions, or the role it plays, in the system of which it is a part. Functionalism developed .....

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About Collective Action

About Collective Action

About Collective Action Collective action is any form of organized social or political act carried about by a group of people in order to address their needs. It is a term that has formulations and theories in many areas of the social sciences including psychology, sociology, anthropology, politi.....

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Collective Intentionality

Collective Intentionality

Collective Intentionality Collective intentionality is the power of minds to be jointly directed at objects, matters of fact, states of affairs, goals, or values. Collective intentionality comes in a variety of modes, including shared intention, joint attention, shared belief, collective acceptan.....

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Reflexivity in Sociology

Reflexivity in Sociology

Reflexivity in Sociology Reflexivity is the theory that a two-way feedback loop exists in which investors’ perceptions affect that environment, which in turn changes investor perceptions. It is a term with rather different meanings in different contexts: in general, it means ‘reflecti.....

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About Campbell’s Law

About Campbell’s Law

About Campbell’s Law Campbell’s Law is the observation that once a metric has been identified as a primary indicator of success, its ability to accurately measure success tends to be compromised. This law is an adage developed by Donald T. Campbell, a psychologist and social scientist.....

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Misuse of Mobile Phones in Educational Institute

Misuse of Mobile Phones in Educational Institute

Misuse of Mobile Phones in Educational Institute Concentration is the key element in the process of learning. A mobile is the same: a potentially potent tool for learning but strangely feared in a school pupil’s hand. But with the advance times where many things have become so easy to get, .....

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Role of the Teacher in Social Development

Role of the Teacher in Social Development

The concept of social development lies in the concept of socialization. It involves learning the values, knowledge, and skills that enable children to relate to others effectively and to contribute in positive ways to family, school and the community. To understand that, we have to understand soc.....

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Social Development

Social Development

Social Development The concept of social development lies in the concept of socialization. This means a commitment that development processes need to benefit people, particularly but not only the poor, but also a recognition that people, and the way they interact in groups and society, and the no.....

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Social Development of a Child

Social Development of a Child

Social Development of a Child The concept of social development lies in the concept of socialization. It refers to the process by which a child learns to interact with others around them. To understand that, we have to understand socialization at the time of his birth, a child is very selfish. He.....

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