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  • ISBN 0820450723
  • ISBN13 978-0820450728
  • Language English
  • Author Dr Colin B Grant Professor
  • Publisher Peter Lang Publishing (January 1, 2000)
  • Pages 179
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  • Subcategory Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Size ePub 1891 kb
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This study examines the dynamic between cognitive construction and social communication but without recourse to predetermined models of rationality, truth or reality. It will be argued here that if the various theories of rational sociality contained in such concepts as intersubjectivity, rational communication, consensus or dialogue are in fact constructions (and this seems axiomatic), then subjects, individuals or social actors are either held together by recourse to something other than ontology or are trapped by anarchy. The view presented here is that the fictionality of social and cognitive constructions in no way automatically induces atomism or anomie. Instead, it recognises cognitive construction and the highly complex fictionalisation of its relations with what lies beyond it. Contents: I: Literary Fictions and Realities / Post-Literary Theory of Fiction / Fictions of Dialogue - II: The Fictional Public / Fictions and Realities of the Public Sphere / Autonomy and Contingency in the Public Sphere - III: Fictions of Objectivity and Cognitive Solipsism / Contingency - Entropy - Autopoiesis / Fictions of Intersubjectivity - Appendix: Interview with S.J. Schmidt.

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He has been Visiting Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Post-doctoral Fellow at the Universität/Gesamthochschule Siegen. He is also University Pro Vice-Chancellor (International Relations).

COLIN B. GRANT is Professor of Communication Studies and Head of School, Department of. .

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Colin Grant Sharing a commitment to the theory of communication to Habermas' . Functions and Fictions of Communication.

This paper presents the University Global Partnership Network as a case study in a new approach to international university strategy based on tight multilateralism. It begins with a description of various types of multilateralism in higher education, placing emphasis on tight multilateralism.

Professor Colin Grant. Vice Principal (International). Literary communication from consensus to rupture. uk Office Hours: By appointment. Theory and Practice in Honecker’s GDR. Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi, 1995 ISBN 98-5183-785-2. ruxelles/ Frankfurt am Main/New York/Wien: Peter Lang, 2000 ISBN3-906758-40-0.

This study examines the dynamic between cognitive construction and social communication but without recourse to predetermined models of rationality, truth or reality. It will be argued here that if the various theories of rational sociality contained in such concepts as intersubjectivity, rational communication, consensus or dialogue are in fact constructions (and this seems axiomatic), then subjects, individuals or social actors are either held together by recourse to something other than ontology or are trapped by anarchy. ISBN: 978-3-906758-40-4.