Breivik discusses functionalism
as a backdrop for his study in "The Concept of Musical Functionalism
," beginning on page 65.
In this brief exposition, (4) I describe the existing paradigm, explain what I see as the growing pressure on this paradigm and the multiplication of exceptions, propose a social science functionalist paradigm, and explain the worldview implications of functionalism
On the other, it is Redefining Functionalism
, a footnoted text that seeks to define a larger architectural agenda.
accounts for mental states by focusing on manifestations such as beliefs, desires, and emotions, looking at consciousness as the interaction of functional processes, rather than seeking explanation by referring to physical media such as neurons ("Functionalism
[Philosophy of Mind]"))
The jewel in the crown of the dock system, it appeals through its monumental scale and blend of austere classicism and functionalism
, says Joseph Sharples, in the Liverpool Pevsner guide.
An influential doctrine in the philosophy of mind, congruent not only with neurobiology but with cognitive psychology and computer science, is computer functionalism
Theoretical perspectives ranging from functionalism
to Marxism have been invoked for this purpose.
From these ideas branch philosophies such as functionalism
presents George Steiner's Real Presences (1989) as witnessing to a mutuality between experience and language, while he rejects Steiner's theological functionalism
wherein God is the guarantor of a correspondence between language and reality.
Many of the new cars on the market are attempts to convey a punk-rock attitude with functionalism
The concept of affordances in development: The renascence of functionalism
This theology reinforces a politics of functionalism
that perpetuates theocapitalism, a rhetoric of efficiency that gives the impression of resource maximization, and a hermeneutics of plasticity that stretches to include any interpretation of theocapitalism's materials.