Situationism


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Situationism

[sɪtjʊˈeɪʃənɪzəm] N (Philos) → situacionismo m

Situationism

n (Philos) → Situationismus f
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Constructivism promotes and capitalizes on the critical thinking, reflection, situationism and contextualism as well as interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity, multiple interpretations, and last but not least the correlation between personal experience and the experience of the group members, which are characteristics promoted by postmodernism.
trait, situationism holds that other people can provoke behaviors in
Hutton, "Character, Situationism, and Early Confucian Thought," Philosophical Studies 127 (2006): 37-58.
The second article is devoted to emotional and bodily experience, unfolding in urban space, developing the case of Situationism movement (Jekaterina Lavrinec).
Lee Ross & Donna Shestowsky, Two Social Psychologists' Reflections on Situationism and the Criminal Justice System, in IDEOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY, AND LAW 612, 613 (Jon Hanson ed.
Children are particularly powerful exemplars of situationism, since they are clearly seldom responsible for their life circumstances.
Specific essays look at irony in cultural activism, romanticism in activist art and bourgeois experience, fake identities in performances, the art and politics of the Palestinian wall, situationism and participatory praxis, adbusters and social change, art as intervention, carnivalistic tactics, and playing with authority.
Concise summaries of ideas--from Situationism to the writings of Marcuse--fit naturally into the dialogue of his young revolutionary characters, informing the novitiate reader whilst remaining perfectly unobtrusive to the informed.
But see Rachana Kamtekar, Situationism and Virtue Ethics on the Content of Our Character, 114 ETHICS 458, 458, 460 (2004) (distinguishing "stereotypical" dispositions denied by "situationist social psychologists" from virtue dispositions that employ practical reason).
Pertinent examples are studies within psychodynamic theory (Freud 1930), cognitive-developmental approaches (Kohlberg and Puka 1994, Piaget 1932), from the perspective of psychological situationism (Carpendale and Krebs 1992), and with an emphasis on empathy (Batson et al.
This Article suggests an alternative explanation--one of situationism rather than dispositionism, (5) arising from the cognitive incentives faced by competing professional identities in an organization that rewards organizational deference over independent professional advice.
I agree with O'Donovan's insistence on Dulles' postconciliar consistency on the principles of pluralism, historical situationism, the magisterium of theologians, conscientious dissent, and many other issues that would place him in the broad company of the conciliar and postconciliar progressives.