By G. D. Hishox
G. D. Hishox 1800 Mechaical activities units and Appliances1800 механических подвижных элементов и приборов. 16-е издание. Издается с 1921 г.Схемы механических подвижных устройств и их описание.
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As an ecological model, it does not assume that perception starts with a radical gap between a subject and object (perceiver and perceived); therefore, it must also reject traditional accounts which, for example, describe a simple perception (like ‘red’ or ‘sweet’) impinging upon a waiting perceiver. Surely we have experiences involving red qualities; but the label ‘perception’ is simply a convenient shorthand for a more complicated process of interacting events. It is worth noting that just because the perceiver-side of the situation is active one should not infer that all events can now be defined from this side.
As discussed previously, the earliest phase of the act is impulse (instinct). Impulse springs from need and gropes toward reintegration and satisfaction; it can function as the reorganizing ‘pivot’ of conduct, sometimes providing a needed opportunity for imagination, invention, and intelligent redirection (see MW14:117–18). The later phases or formations of the act include habits and emotions, to which I now turn. Drawing upon various uses of ‘habit’ in the pragmatisms of William James and Charles S.
As with ‘stimulus’ in the previous discussion, the crucial aspect to determine about instincts are their meaning, and meaning can only be determined contextually – that is, by observing how instincts are built into personal habits and, more generally, how they are valued by the social and cultural contexts in which they function. Just as the word ‘turbine’ only has a meaning if one already knows both a specific language and set of activities, an instinct only means something along with its social context.