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It is the purpose of this paper to suggest ways of facilitating some such revision, with an emphasis on Vorstellung and socially controlled schematization.
Resemblance Relations and Degrees of Schematization
Here, far from being anything private, Vorstellung is functionally reduced into an intersubjectively shared and so indirectly public schematization.
1 Iconic schematization as a special form of generalization should not be confused with any kind of formalization on the grounds that the former is never completely empty.
2 The regulation of these mental materials is accomplished by linguistic concepts, refined primitive concepts, in terms of at least directionality, quality, quantity, and degree of schematization.
1 Because of infinite regress threatening the enumeration of features and perspectives pertaining to representations, salient similarity must be the hallmark of mental iconic resemblance relations permitting various degrees of schematization.
Given the revision of the linguistic sign as proposed under (6) meaning can be defined as "the activation under community guidance of empty, arbitrary linguistic signifiers by motivated signifieds made up of nonverbal readings governed by concepts in terms of directionality, quality, quantity, and degree of schematization.
The analytical force of each of these schematizations lies in the distance that is maintained between each of these three terms, and the unwillingness of their respective creators to allow one to be folded into the others: indeed, Lefebvre's, Lacan's, and Jameson's work all stand as powerful rejoinders to the tangential textualization of the world, or what Lefebvre calls the "generalization of the concept of mental space," at play in certain strands of structuralist, semiotic, and post-structuralist theory (The Production of Space, 3).
a schematization of assembly plant practice, or should be understood as including design, component supply, marketing, finance etc.
This is where we must leave Kant's monogram rule behind in order to be able to differentiate degrees of generalization on a scale from highly concrete to highly abstract schematizations, according to linguistic expressions and their pragmatic context of Vorstellung.
In step five I propose to replace the notion of "mental image" by the more general notions of "mental schema" and degree and manner of schematization.
If meaning is the community guided activation by speakers of strings of signifiers by nonverbal mental materials governed by concepts in terms of directionality, quality, quantity, and degree of schematization, then each meaning event is by definition a pragmatic event.