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- Clay mineralogy
- Sorption and precipitation reactions in soil
- Oxidation-reduction reactions
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... Pask's concepts produce relations in all media and he regarded IA as a process theory ... He proved that no two concepts or products could be the same because of their different histories ... In 1995 Pask stated what he called his Last Theorem "Like concepts repel and unlike concepts attract" ...
... It can also be seen in relation to the previous point how angst is before nothing, and this is what sets it apart from fear that has an object ... While in the case of fear, one can take definitive measures to remove the object of fear, in the case of angst, no such "constructive" measures are possible ...
... The second aspect draws heavily from George Lakoff's and Mark Johnson's work on concepts ... Humans also have a basic stock of concepts in which other concepts can be derived from ... These basic concepts include spatial orientations such as up, down, front, and back ...
... the use of those symbols (names, words, pictograms, etc.) which denote the various individual concepts within a language, so as to eliminate ambiguity in the conveyance of those ... who associate each symbol with an individual concept in a manner that has been conventionally prescribed within their linguistic group ... means whereby one can determine which of a number of different concepts one is intended to call to mind by the use of a given symbol, such as the context in ...
Famous quotes containing the word concepts:
“Germany collapsed as a result of having engaged in a struggle for empire with the concepts of provincial politics.”
—Albert Camus (19131960)
“During our twenties...we act toward the new adulthood the way sociologists tell us new waves of immigrants acted on becoming Americans: we adopt the host cultures values in an exaggerated and rigid fashion until we can rethink them and make them our own. Our idea of what adults are and what were supposed to be is composed of outdated childhood concepts brought forward.”
—Roger Gould (20th century)
“It is impossible to dissociate language from science or science from language, because every natural science always involves three things: the sequence of phenomena on which the science is based; the abstract concepts which call these phenomena to mind; and the words in which the concepts are expressed. To call forth a concept, a word is needed; to portray a phenomenon, a concept is needed. All three mirror one and the same reality.”
—Antoine Lavoisier (17431794)