By Debbie Bliss

12 вязаных спицами моделей для детей.
Book of 12 designs utilizing Debbie Bliss child Cashmerino. dimension variety from 0-2 years.

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A concept possesses classical structure if it can be unpacked so as to reveal a set of necessary and sufficient conditions for its application. These necessary and sufficient conditions would effectively define the concept. To grasp the concept on such a model is to know that definition and to rely on it when called upon to deploy the concept. The trouble, as is now well known (Rosch 1973; Smith and Medin 1981) is that most (perhaps all) human concepts do not possess classical structure. Thus, whereas the classical model predicts that instances should fall squarely within or outside the scope of a given concept, according to whether the necessary and sufficient conditions are or are not met, robust experimental results reveal strong so-called typicality effects.

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To solve it, if the approach outlined in the previous section is correct, is to activate an appropriate explanatory prototype. Sometimes, however, our attempts to access a satisfying (explanatory) 5 ‘Postconventional’ here refers to stage 6 of Kohlberg’s hierarchy of moral development (Kohlberg 1981), a stage at which principles are used to generate decisions. Connectionism, Moral Cognition and Collaborative Problem Solving 25 prototype fail. One diagnosis may be that we do not command any appropriate prototype, in which case there is no alternative to slow, experience-based learning.

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