Changing Visions Human Cognitive Maps: Past, Present, and Future

Laszlo, Ervin; Artigiani, Robert; Combs, Allan; Csanyi, Vilmos

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Combs, Allan; Csanyi, Vilmos; Artigiani, Robert; Laszlo, Ervin
Edité par Praeger Publishers, Westport, Connecticut, U.S.A. (1996)
ISBN 10 : 0275956768 ISBN 13 : 9780275956769
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Description du livre Praeger Publishers, Westport, Connecticut, U.S.A., 1996. First Edition. Fine in hardcover. 24 by 17 cm. 133 pages. New book. Gift quality. Black cover with silver lettering on front and on spine. Contains bibliography and index. Bright, clean. From the publisher: 'The four authors of this book recognize that no one on the common human journey to the 21st century can pick the best route without consulting a "map"--that is to say, an interconnected set of understandings about what in a given situation is important, what demands action and attention, and what does not. The problem, they contend, is that the picture of the world we each carry in our mind may not be a true mapping of the reality that surrounds us. This picture, the cognitive map, could always be sharper. The authors prompt us to become more conscious of our own cognitive map, and explain how it can be adapted to the exigencies of our changing world so that it can be better-used to guide our steps toward the 21st century.'. N° de réf. du libraire 900A17

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