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|In brief, saying that a gestalt is something other than the mere extrinsic summing |
of its parts means that a gestalt in its ... The slogan of the Gestalt psychologist is
said to have been: "The whole is more than the sum of its parts" (Kalat, 1986, p.
|In contrast, the structuralists took a more basic scientific approach in their attempt |
to describe and elucidate the basic ... The Whole Is Greater Than the Sum of Its
Parts: Mental Physics and the Gestalt Movement In the early part of the 20th ...
|We have heard the expression “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” |
While this expression is very relevant to team interaction, it is not completely
accurate. In group situations, the whole could be greater than the sum of its parts.
Barbara Gail Hanson - 1995 - 152 pages
|First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.|
|determinate of the whole is greater than the sum of F-determinates of the parts, |
where again 'greater' has a clear ... A concrete whole is clearly different from the
class of its parts, and this difference, Grossmann thinks, is what is meant by
Jill McCarthy, Pat Rose - 2010 - 169 pages
|human body and, thus, arrive at an understanding of how the individual parts, for |
example the nervous system, ... In scientific holism, it is argued that because the
whole is greater than the sum of its parts, then the overall behaviour of the ...
|The value of a whole may be greater than the sum of the values of its parts.* Let |
O be a measure of degree of organic unity, appropriately scaled.32 The value of
a whole will be some function of the value of its parts, and of the degree of ...
|(c) When studying the sum of parts' functionalities, if an identified part does not |
have any function, then the functionality of this part is seen as “0.” Illustration 1:
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Let us symbolically denote the ...
François Dosse - 1997 - 534 pages
|First, like structuralism, systemism was defined above all by its project rather than |
its object. ... one found the same globalist postulate according to which the whole
is greater than the sum of its parts, and the same concern for universals.
|Most of us know and agree with the saying the whole is greater than the sum of |
its parts, but do we act on that belief? Consistent with that concept, a whole
movement pattern is greater than the sum of its moving parts. Do those in
exercise and ...