Social affordances and the possibility of ecological linguistics.

@article{Kono2009SocialAA,
  title={Social affordances and the possibility of ecological linguistics.},
  author={Tetsuya Kono},
  journal={Integrative psychological & behavioral science},
  year={2009},
  volume={43 4},
  pages={356-73}
}
This paper includes an effort to extend the notion of affordance from a philosophical point of view the importance of ecological approach for social psychology, ethics, and linguistics. Affordances are not always merely physical but also interpersonal and social. I will conceptualize affordance in general and social affordance in particular, and will elucidate the relation between intentional action and affordances, and that between affordances and free will. I will also focus on the relation… CONTINUE READING

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