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Understanding the tacit / Stephen P. Turner.

By: Turner, Stephen P, 1951-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: BF317.5 .T87 2015Series: Routledge studies in social and political thought: 81.Publication: New York ; London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015, c2014Description: xii, 234 p.ISBN: 9781138929647; 1138929646.Subject(s): Tacit knowledge | Knowledge, Theory of
Contents:
Introduction: Tacit Knowledge: Between Habit and Presupposition -- Part I. Two Key Philosophical Issues: Underdetermination and Understanding Others -- 1. Underdetermination: Tacit Knowledge and the Problem of Computer Modeling Cognitive Processes in Science -- 2. Intelligibility without Frames: Davidson' s Normativity -- Part II. Critiques: Practices, Meanings, and Collective Tacit Objects -- 3. Collins and Collective Tacit Knowledge: Starting with Tacit Knowledge, Ending with Durkheim? -- 4. Tacitness in Practice Theory: Practice Then and Now -- 5. Practices and Non-conceptual Content: Practice Relativism -- 6. Naturalizing the Habitus: Mirror Neurons and Practices: A Response to Lizardo -- 7. Connectionism and the Tacit: Tradition and Cognitive Science: Oakeshott' s Undoing of the Kantian Mind -- 8. Against Semantic Frames: Meaning Without Theory -- Part III. The Alternative: Tacitness, Empathy, and the Other -- 9. The Tacit and the Social: Making the Tacit Explicit --10. Evidenz: The Strength of Weak Empathy -- 11. Collective or Social? Tacit Knowledge and Its Kin.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [215]-226) and index.

Introduction: Tacit Knowledge: Between Habit and Presupposition -- Part I. Two Key Philosophical Issues: Underdetermination and Understanding Others -- 1. Underdetermination: Tacit Knowledge and the Problem of Computer Modeling Cognitive Processes in Science -- 2. Intelligibility without Frames: Davidson' s Normativity -- Part II. Critiques: Practices, Meanings, and Collective Tacit Objects -- 3. Collins and Collective Tacit Knowledge: Starting with Tacit Knowledge, Ending with Durkheim? -- 4. Tacitness in Practice Theory: Practice Then and Now -- 5. Practices and Non-conceptual Content: Practice Relativism -- 6. Naturalizing the Habitus: Mirror Neurons and Practices: A Response to Lizardo -- 7. Connectionism and the Tacit: Tradition and Cognitive Science: Oakeshott' s Undoing of the Kantian Mind -- 8. Against Semantic Frames: Meaning Without Theory -- Part III. The Alternative: Tacitness, Empathy, and the Other -- 9. The Tacit and the Social: Making the Tacit Explicit --10. Evidenz: The Strength of Weak Empathy -- 11. Collective or Social? Tacit Knowledge and Its Kin.

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