Posted by: Xhyra Graf | 22 October 2006

Sensate Intuition

Need to clarify in relation to techne or ‘skill’ knowledge.

Focus to the idea that cognitive processing engages with skill knowledge in a dynamic interrelatedness.

Use the sport example as both contrast and comparison since flow experience can be explained possibly better in that field-runner vs. team sport [football/basketball, whatever]  novice vs. expert.

These examples to address the dichotomy vs. continuum problem with propositional intuition and ‘folk’ intuition.

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  1. […] Although I’m just adding another ‘elaborate’ post.  Here is where the linking comes in.  I have to work on the Sensate Intuition concept including how it falls in with noesis and the idea that some ‘knowledge’ is non-propositional. […]

  2. […] And have decided that either I’ll come back to this later or simply not come back to it at all since the gist of it will be fleshed out [pun intended] within the explanation of sensate intuition and/or noeisis within those subjective experiences.  It’s that dichotomy vs. continuum thing again in the intuition vs. intellect conundrum.  Gut feelings aren’t necessarily just ‘without reason’.  I believe some people are attuned to the different levels of consciousness awareness or have a highly tuned…what I would call ‘probability sense’.  It is a thing for some that happens almost without awareness, where you can assess a situation or person almost immediately toward a plan of action.  […]

  3. […] another ‘elaborate’ post, here is where the linking comes in.  I have to work on the Sensate Intuition concept including how it falls in with noesis and the idea that some ‘knowledge’ is […]


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