nondiscursive

nondiscursive

(ˌnɒndɪˈskɜːsɪv)
adj
not discursive
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[phrase omitted] at 1448b16 involve a cognitive mode characteristic of Aristotelian induction that .joins particulars with universals through spontaneous, nondiscursive noetic predication.
Dower writes, to many Westerners, "Eastern spiritualism and emphasis on the nondiscursive were generally perceived as an irrational oddity at best, and at worst as an alien and ominous threat" (1986, 106).
In his Introduction to Metaphysics, Heidegger presented a characteristic etymological apercu on the nondiscursive provenance of logos, and by implication analogy: "[...] logos does not originally mean discourse, saying.
To some extent, I read the affective performance of sobbing, crying, and tumbling, apparendy irreducible to single individuals, as collectively nondiscursive sensations which the northeast repository of nonhuman actors generates.
The study's perspective seems to be that discourse is all there is; and no extratextual phenomena--such as the nondiscursive experiences of Paul and others these texts name--add to the efficacy of discourse.
(2) In Guattari's terms affect is a nondiscursive sensation that is generated by an environment; affect thus moves through human bodies without being mediated by cognition and thinking (Guattari, 1996).
The symbolic function "encompasses everything to do with communicative discourse, especially utterances with propositional content which say something (to someone)", while the semiotic function is "the nondiscursive aspect of meaning and subjectivity" and is responsible for "the less visible role of tone, gesture, and rhythm" (Beardsworth 25).
This nondiscursive knowledge includes spatial properties and heterogeneities and enables us to build inferences, for example, when we try to imagine a likely street where to find certain activity.
Packer (2010) argues that the archive refers to a wide-ranging set of discursive and nondiscursive practices that include positioning, grammars of architecture, diagrams, and codifications organizing the collection.
This study for scholars shows how classical philosophers, such as Plato, Aristotle, Iamblichus, Posidonius, the Stoics, and the Neoplatonists, dealt with nondiscursive knowledge in the form of divination, such as knowledge gained from oracles, omens, and dreams.
189), Ommen (2003), and Palczewski's 2001 keynote at the NCA/AFA Argumentation Conference, which detailed situations in which nondiscursive visuals function not only as part of an argument, but as the entirety of an argument, as a response to an argument, or as part of the process of arguing.
And the deeper I delve into questions of Filipino heritage, the more I am convinced that it is in the nonverbal, nondiscursive forms of art and culture (traditional dance, music, food, and crafts) that we can find commonality with our Asian neighbors, where we can experience the "oriental" in us, that part of our soul so often drowned out by the Westernization of daily life.