Traitnotes

Traitnotes - s They make sense in the real concrete world s...

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Trait: talk about extroversion on a continuum, (Big E-----------Little E) Type: oppositional reality (E---------I) Outline The Big 5 Abstractions Pros/Cons Modernism Enlightenment (19th Century good/bad) Experimental biology/physiology Birth of modern science Subject/object split Mint/body; psyche/soma Maintains Dualism Relationalism Can be grounded in something Formal causality EX. I am only a husband in relation to my wife Abstractionalism Definition Label Ex: a pen (objects is real; we can abstract about the pen, we can talk about it, and that talking isn't as real as the real pen (object) s It exists in relation to introversion Talk about extroversion but what is the reality of it; is it a natural law, where does it exist? s They are grounded in what hey are observing
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Unformatted text preview: s They make sense in the real concrete world s Language itself is abstraction s Atemporal, acontextual Abstracts Experimental Knowledge Things concrete in the world are in the present This is in terms of traits Trait: Consistency is assumed Behaviors Emotions Values A personality characteristic Based on a continuum Trait vs. Type Monday, March 31, 2008 11:59 AM Class Notes 4 Page 1 More extrovert-------------------------------------------------Less Extrovert Modernist view Objective Subjective World of abstractions Fundamental reality of Natural Laws Abstractions are not reality, they are useful tools Class Notes 4 Page 2...
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