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Title: Self as unifying process: On the grammar and phenomenology of agency
Authors: Jesus, Paulo Renato
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Jesus, P. R. (2011). Self as unifying process: On the grammar and phenomenology of agency. In P. Stenner, J. Cromby, J. Motzkau, J. Yen, & Y. Haosheng (Honorary Editors), Proceedings of the thirteenth Biennial Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology titled: 'East, West, South, North: Challenges and Transformations in Theoretical Psychology', Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China, 15-19 May 2009 (pp. 73-83).
Description: Reasons and causes typify two language games or grammars tending to incommensurability. These grammar institutes a qualitative discrimination between the self-efficacy of being someone and the symmetric selfless, efficacy of being something. [...]
ISBN: 978-1-55322-240-8
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