La Necesidad de un Lenguaje Referencial Normalizado y sus Repercusiones en la Educación Formal

Translated title of the contribution: The need for a standardized referential language and its repercussions on formal education

César Rafel Chavez Lloay, William Orlando Cardenas Marin

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Abstract

The theory of referentiality establishes a nexus of mental representation (be it linguistic or not) with sensible reality, thus largely shaping the relationship that the knowing subject has with the sensible world in which it unfolds. Consequently, starting from a positive approach to this objective reality, the human being is able to encode his sensory experience in such a way that he can store it, order it, classify it, evoke it, use it and later methodize it, making access to information effective, prompt, adequate and ready to a reliability necessary for the development of formal knowledge, whether this is important for the effective development of the individual himself (personal, interpersonal, communicational, social life, etc.)
Translated title of the contributionThe need for a standardized referential language and its repercussions on formal education
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Title of host publicationThe need for a standardized referential language and its repercussions on formal education
PublisherEditorial Abya-Yala
Pages103-136
ISBN (Print)978-9978-10-579-5
StatePublished - 9 Jun 2021

Keywords

  • Emociones
  • Filosofía
  • Hermenéutica
  • Lenguaje
  • Psicología

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