6 edition of Modes of Thought found in the catalog.
February 1, 1968
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||179|
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Modes of Thought book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Six lectures delivered at Wellesley College, Massachusetts, & two a /5(7). Alfred North Whitehead () was an English mathematician [he is credited as co-writer with Bertrand Russell of Principia Mathematica] and philosopher, best known for developing Process wrote many other books such as Process and Reality,Modes of Thought,Religion in the Making, etc.
He wrote in the Preface to this book, “The doctrine Cited by: Book Description Free Press 2/1/, Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Modes of Thought. Book.
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But while this book will likely leave most readers wondering how all these aphorisms hold together, they are individually nearly crystaline in /5. For the reader looking for a way into the thought of Alfred North Whitehead, this short volume is the best place to begin.
In six lectures delivered toward the end of his career, Whitehead provides a non-technical sketch of the metaphysics and cosmology he had earlier presented in extended and highly technical form in his magnum opus, Process and of Thought is not an easy book /5(3).
AI researchers often referencing Alfred North Whitehead's book "Modes of Thought" in an attempt too explain thought, consciousness, and reasoning. Whitehead's writings suggests that thought has quality of being both conditional and discrete. Modes of Thought was written 20 years ago from lectures delivered by Whitehead at Wellesley, the University of Chicago, and Harvard.
In it Whitehead developed the brilliant new concepts of clarity and precision of statement which have since become fundamental principles of construction underlying all of the fields of modern intellectual analysis.5/5(2). "A useful book. This is an important document for the history of psychology, a varied application of a systematic approach to cognition by one of the inventors of a computer analogy of human thought, and an indicator of the personal concerns and drive of one of the country's leading scientific minds."—Donald A.
Norman, American Scientist. Modes of Thought addresses a topic of broad interest to the cognitive sciences. Its central focus is on the apparent contrast between the widely assumed 'psychological unity of mankind' and the facts of cognitive pluralism, the diverse ways in which people think and the developmental, cultural, technological and institutional factors which contribute to that diversity.
Modes of Thought was written 20 years ago from lectures delivered by Whitehead at Wellesley, the University of Chicago, and Harvard.
In it Whitehead developed the brilliant new concepts of clarity and precision of statement which have since become fundamental principles of construction underlying all of the fields of modern intellectual analysis. Buy Modes of Thought by Whitehead, Alfred North (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Free UK delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Book Table of Contents. Chapter Contents. Prev page. Next page. Two Modes of Thought. In a little-noticed article, Ulric Neisser wrote, "Many writers have distinguished two types of mental processes." One type is well ordered, easy to describe, and controlled through conscious processes such as planning.
Modes of Thought Preface & Table of Contents Alfred North Whitehead Table of Contents | Next. The doctrine dominating these lectures is that factors in our experience are 'clear and distinct' in proportion to their variability, provided that they sustain themselves for that moderate period required for importance.
Modes of Thought is not an easy book--for it is highly compressed and sometimes reads like a series of aphorisms. But while this book will likely leave most readers wondering how all these aphorisms hold together, they are individually nearly crystaline in 5/5(1). mode of thought (plural modes of thought) The way in which a person tends to think based on experience, beliefs, learning and reason.
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The story was mostly written at Barnhill, a farmhouse on the Scottish island of Jura, at times while Orwell suffered from severe : George Orwell. Modes of Thought was published in by Free Press/Macmillan Publishing (first published ). The book comprises 6 lectures delivered by Alfred North Whitehead at Wellesley College in Massachusetts and 2 lectures given at the University of Chicago.
The chapters are titled: Importance Expression Understanding Perspective Forms of Process. Modes of Thought.
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