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Zerubavel explores the fascinating ways in which thought communities carve up and classify reality, assign meanings, and perceive things, “defamiliarizing” in the process many taken-for-granted assumptions.
Social mindscapes : an invitation to cognitive sociology
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Social Mindscapes: An Invitation to Cognitive Sociology
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However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. Master Your Time in 10 Minutes a Day: Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. To fill the gap between the Romantic vision of the solitary thinker, whose thoughts are the product of unique experience, and the cognitive-psychological view that revolves around the search for the universal foundations of human mindscxpes, Zerubavel charts an expansive social realm of mind — a domain that focuses on the conventional, normative aspects of the way we think.
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The book is very well written and will be of interest to psychologists who dislike individualistic accounts of intelligence and look for a more contextualised approach to cognition. Why do we eat sardines, but never goldfish; ducks, but never parrots? Remember me on this computer.
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