Although its main ostensive
function was to assist all the barangays on a "self-help basis" in building barangay potable water systems, school buildings, community halls, irrigation works, barangay foot paths or roads, electricity to light up the villages.
Let us provide, first, an ostensive
definition of this quality.
communication is achieved when there is a response to an ostensive
Wittgenstein (1953) points out that it is not possible to learn the association between a linguistic sign and its referent through an ostensive
definition (that is, pointing at the referent while naming it); if so, it would be impossible to discriminate the correct sign-referent association ("apple"-apple vs.
As an analogous theoretical vision, we adopt the stream of routines in practice, embedded through their execution, which feature both an ostensive
and a performative character that results from a coordination that is fixed and undergoes continuous contextual adaptations and changes (Feldman, 2000; Feldman & Pentland, 2003; Feldman & Orlikowski, 2011; Pentland, 1995; Pentland & Haerem, 2015).
Performance on the retention task only improved after an ostensive
Despite their ostensive
claim of promoting "public good," these bio-controls insidiously facilitate citizens' productivity in the labor force.
Logan, the Times 's go-to enforcer of cold war ideology, becomes, by means of his ostensive
Superintendency, a figure of bathos, trapped under a headline, perhaps not of his own making--"Hart Crane's Bridge to Nowhere"--unable to acknowledge that nowhere is just where Crane and his readers might want to be.
focus on "boosting the middle class and addressing income inequality" and on "redefining the meaning of economic success" while saying she would focus "primarily on growing middle class incomes instead of gross domestic product" was promptly quashed by her campaign, hours after her July 13 speech.
Jodlowiec presents an original theoretical framework addressing the complex and intricate nature of the process behind ostensive
implicit and explicit communication.
There is a clean and intentional attention paid to each part in the pieces, yet they all read as something with an ostensive
patina and history; as if each piece was grafted from its original whole to create what is standing in front of you.
Second, the book's title is somewhat inaccurate: despite its ostensive
emphasis on "memory" (capacious in itself, as here it includes acts of free recollecting, official and unofficial commemorations, as well as politically driven manipulation), several authors examine the fortunes of historical narration; there is more truth in the first line of the introduction, which leads us to expect "a book about the presence of the past in the present" more generally.