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dc.contributor.authorWendland, Michał-
dc.identifier.citationWendland, M. (2012), Pojęcie komunikacji w poznańskiej szkole metodologicznej, Filo–Sofija, (2012/3), ss. 91-102.pl_PL
dc.description.abstractThe aim of this article is an attempt to identify and describe the meaning of the concept of communication in the perspective of socio-regulative theory of culture by Jerzy Kmita (as well as in the perspective of Poznan School of Methodology in general). Many contemporary theories of human communication tends to avoid the social and cultural context of communication acts which may be called “the naturalistic approach to communication”. This tendency is discussed in the paper. The socio-regulative theory of culture describes communication as one (but one of the most important) parts of symbolic culture and as a cultural act. This act of communication is characterized as rational and intentional and it connects the actors through interpretation processes. In conclusion there is a sketch of theoretical background which opens the possibility to applicate Kmita’s theory of culture into the theory of communication.pl_PL
dc.titlePojęcie komunikacji w poznańskiej szkole metodologicznejpl_PL
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