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And it is only in the late twentieth century that the notion of logical form comes to be appropriated within linguistics in the study of SYNTAX. I focus here on the developments in logic. Central to propositional logic (sometimes called “sentential logic”) is the idea of a propositional or sentential operator, a symbol that acts as a function on propositions or sentences. The paradigmatic propositional operators are symbols for negation (“~”), conjunction (“&”), disjunction (“v”), and conditional (“→”).
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In England, Sir FREDERICK BARTLETT analyzed the systematic distortions that people exhibit when trying to remember stories about unfamiliar events, and introduced the concept of “schema” (see SCHEMATA) as a mental representation that captures the systematic structural relations in categories of experience. In Soviet Russia, the neuropsychologist Aleksandr LURIA provided a detailed portrait of links between cognitive functions and the operation of specific regions of the brain. Another Russian, LEV VYGOTSKY, developed a sociohistorical approach to cognitive development that emphasized the way in which development is constructed through social interaction, cultural practices, and the internalization of cognitive tools.
An Encyclopaedia of Pacifism by Aldous Huxley (ed.)