algedonic

algedonic

adjective Rarely used term for:
(1) Sadomasochistic; 
(2) Referring to pain and pleasure occurring simultaneously.
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Further, he relates and, where appropriate, contrasts Brentano's philosophical moves to positions held today by analytic philosophers, referencing such topics as belief-in, belief-that, direction of fit, foundationalism, phenomenal intentionality, adverbialism, objectual attitude, metaontology, truthmakers, functionalism, and algedonic feelings, among others.
It consists of a meter based in algedonic cybernetics, where a particular observer can assess in which level from 0 to 100, inside a pain-pleasure scale his/her mood is, in proposed domains or perspectives, at a particular moment of time, based on the construction of a human being from the components of CLEHES.
There are no modules of ERP to help activities of system 5; it is recommended for developers of ERP systems to design modules for consensual agreements, strategies and policy based on methodologies such as Syntegrity from Beer (1994) Interactive management from Warfield and Cardenas (1994) or CogniScope from Christakis (2007) Algedonic information coming directly from system 1 to system 5 helps to manage critical situations.