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The question "What is intuition?" Is difficult to answer in writing and should not be read in this essay. Rather, the author wants to bring intuition closer on the following pages by showing what it is not ... more
The question "What is intuition?" Is difficult to answer in writing and should not be read in this essay. Rather, the author wants to bring intuition closer on the following pages by showing what it is not or by delimiting it from analysis within epistemology. Furthermore, analysis and intuition as an interdisciplinary overall method should illustrate to the reader how intuition can help people to do their work successfully. I would like to start with the relatively young science of digital data, also known as "data science". This scientific discipline has developed from pure data analysis to a science of data with great potential for commercial companies. Its sub-areas mainly consist of descriptive analysis, prescriptive analysis, explicit analysis, implicit analysis and in-depth analysis, which makes it easy to see that this approach is strongly analytical (Longbing 2017). As a counterpoint, I would like to mention the successful managers who state that they make many of their big decisions in the company without big data analysis (Julmi 2013). This is exactly where two worlds collide: the world of experienced managers and the world of analytical scientists. The former states that they often make their decisions intuitively. Top managers in large corporations still make many decisions intuitively and based on gut instinct. How can something like that be? How can highly paid, professionally filled positions in companies of the 21st century rely on intuitive inspiration and still be successful at the same time? Why is this not measurable and therefore easier for others to understand? How can data science become more and more important for managing companies, but high-ranking executives continue to make decisions based on gut instinct? Why is there no training or tools like those for data scientists for this intuitive form of decision-making? In this essay, in the area of ​​tension between analytical data science and intuitive management decisions, but above all through the philosophical approaches of Henri Bergson and Gaston Bachelard, I want to show how intuition in epistemology helps to answer the above questions. Bachelard describes something very decisive through dialectics and complementarity: How analytical scientific work, but above all scientific theories, is intuitive
Introduction au dossier L'Homme-machine 2, Du travailleur augmenté à l'Homme augmenté, in L'Homme et la société, 2018.
Inicialmente, nossa pretensão era produced uma resenha sobre o livro de Hermínio Martins - texto pequeno, seguindo as determinações de tamanho da revista. Depois da morte do intelectual português, em Oxford, no dia 19 de agosto de 2015, ... more
Inicialmente, nossa pretensão era produced uma resenha sobre o livro de Hermínio Martins - texto pequeno, seguindo as determinações de tamanho da revista. Depois da morte do intelectual português, em Oxford, no dia 19 de agosto de 2015, mudamos de ideia e produimos uma resenha mais longa sobre seu livro. Nesse sentido, not é propriamente resenha, e sim “anotações” que ultrapassam a mera descrição feita com detalhes. Seria, assim, menos resenha do que tentativa de interlocução mais aprofundada, por meio do seu livro, com Hermínio Martins. Preferimos tal opção, pois discute melhor seu pensamento e, ao mesmo tempo, nicht deixa de prestar as devidas homenagens póstumas a esse grande intelectual português.
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