conceptual systems

27 examples (0.03 sec)
  • Within the academic literature, each theory may be understood as a conceptual system.
  • Conceptual systems may be found within the human mind, as works of art and fiction, and within the academic world.
  • Writing systems are conceptual systems, as are the languages to which they refer.
  • In science, there are many forms of conceptual systems including laws, theories, and models.
  • On the personal level, the human mind is generally held to contain a wide range of conceptual systems although they are not well organized.
  • You cannot separate the same from its other, except by abandoning the real altogether and taking to the conceptual system. Cited from A Pluralistic Universe, by William James
  • There are many conceptual systems of this sort; and the sense manifold is also such a system. Cited from Pragmatism, by William James
  • A conceptual system is a system that is composed of non-physical objects, i.e. ideas or concepts.
  • In psychology and social work, a conceptual system may refer to an individual's mental model of the world.
  • But obviously you can rationalize them by using various conceptual systems. Cited from Pragmatism, by William James
  • Indeed, this article may be understood as a conceptual system because it includes a set of interrelated concepts.
  • In humans, a conceptual system may be understood as kind of a metaphor for the world.
  • When an experience comes with sufficient saliency to stand out, we keep the thought of it for future use, and store it in our conceptual system. Cited from A Pluralistic Universe, by William James
  • The current theme of his research is that the human conceptual system is grounded in the brain's modality-specific systems.
  • Although formal sciences are conceptual systems, lacking empirical content, this does not mean that they have no relation to the real world.
  • The conceptual system may then be said to model the physical or social system and the conceptual system may be used as a guide for individual behavior or academic research.
  • Conceptual systems are generally held to be more valid and more useful when they are more useful, based on more research, and are more systemically interrelated.
  • When a person first learns a second language, the language has its own conceptual system and is heavily reliant on the first language to gain understanding and meaning of the new words.
  • A second parameter is whether conceptual systems are to be seen as absolute or whether they can be expanded or exchanged during the lifetime of a human being.
  • The idea that the human mind might contain conceptual systems goes back at least as far as Kelly's personal construct theory in 1955.
  • Next »