Tradition as Truth and Communication: A Cognitive Description of Traditional Discourse

@inproceedings{Boyer1990TraditionAT,
  title={Tradition as Truth and Communication: A Cognitive Description of Traditional Discourse},
  author={P. Boyer},
  year={1990}
}
  • P. Boyer
  • Published 1990
  • Psychology, Philosophy
Preface Acknowledgements 1. Conserved world-views or salient memories? 2. How to think with 'empty' notions 3. Criteria of truth 4. Customised speech (I): truth without intentions 5. Customised speech (II): truth without meaning 6. Customised persons: initiation, competence and position 7. Conclusion and programme Notes Bibliography Index. 
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