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Thus, any statement resulting from the analysis of the autonomous system applies to the human being. Characterological configurations The author discusses the influence of character classes on tendencies in interpersonal relationsthe ensemble of character classes of partners being called “characterological configuration”.
The author discusses the influence of character classes on tendencies in interpersonal relations, the ensemble of character classes of partners being called “characterological configuration”. As in regulating any quantity, there is a zone of dynamism in which stimuli are accepted “tolerance”. Also, there is a physical explanation of such phenomena as loss of consciousness, sleep, and dreams.
Control It is shown, on cybernetic grounds, that all possible problems can be cybernetyk into six groups.
Cybernetyka I charakter
There is a gap between those disciplines, k, they cannot answer the question of how energomaterial and informational processes in the human organism are interconnected. Dynamism of character The most important parameter of character is “dynamism of character” determined by the relation between dispersion and accumulation of energy.
Just the last is applied in this book. In turn, this parameter of character depends: Through a combination of the low and high values of these factors a list of eight intellect types has been compiled.
It is pointed out that weak theoretical statements should be verified by strong empirical statements whilst weak empirical statements should be verified by strong theoretical statements. Finally, the rapid transformation of imposed character into a true one “crystallisation cybernetyja character” is described.
In turn, this parameter of character depends: Summary This book presents a cybernetic theory of human character. Control parameters are grouped into rigid ones constant or changing independently and elastic ones. The broader the character of partners, the easier are interpersonal relations.
Then, “control” being defined as such behaviour of one system which provokes the predetermined behaviour of another system, it is pointed out that in every control process there must be mutual dependence of purposes on methods informational chraakter and means energetical agents. The point of time at which physiological energy becomes smaller than the basic energy is the end of cybernetyoa.
There are two ways of defining general concepts: Taking in account that further evolution; of dynamism can be accelerated in some individuals and retarded in others, it is evident that in the first case they reach the stage of endodynamism at an early age whereas in the second they remain exostatic or static for a long time and never become endodynamic or even endostatic.
Theoretical and empirical cognizance The widespread opinion cybernegyka every theory should be empirically verified is put into question.
Marian Mazur – Cybernetyka i charakter – Summary
It is demonstrated that physiological energy during the lifetime of man must initially inerease, reach maximum, and then decrease. For the sake of a better understanding of this idea some methodological preliminaries are given. Their cbyernetyka application is profusely illustrated, especially by examples of interpersonal relations.
Terminological conventions There are two ways of defining general concepts: Dynamism of character The most important parameter of character is “dynamism of character” determined by the relation between dispersion and accumulation of energy. The cybernetic theory presented in this book is a strong one.
Internal physiological and external sociological energetical processes are distinguished. The point of time at which physiological energy becomes smaller than the basic energy is the end of existence. Taking in account that further evolution; of dynamism can be accelerated in some individuals and retarded in others, it is evident that in the first case they reach the stage of endodynamism at an early age whereas in the second they remain exostatic or static for a long time and never become endodynamic or even endostatic.
Information It is emphasized that in contrast to “amount of information” which is a theoretical concept defined by a terminological convention, the term “information”, unfortunately, is used in the literature on information theory in various meanings taken mainly from nonscientific language or, quite improperly, as a synonym of “amount of information”.
The level of character is important in education, ethics, esthetics etc.
Thus, in order to establish conformity between one’s character and one’s situation the only possibility is to change the situation, not the character. Further, the author demonstrates that the problem of character in human charaktfr cannot be solved in physiology by an investigation of energomaterial processes in the human brain, or in psychology by an investigation of informational processes such as feelings, desires etc.
System The cybernetic approach consists in considering investigated objects to be composed of distinct elements, the set of interrelated elements being called “system”. Human behaviour being a control process, this is a cybernetic problem. Three ways of treating cybernetics are shown: The fast characterological configuration is charajter important in matrimonial matching. Physiological energy consists of three components: It means that any work can be done either by the human organism itself by personal effort or by other cyberneetyka of energy thanks to machines, money, subordinates, relatives, friends etc.