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A intuição no processo de tomada de decisão instantânea

Andriotti, Fernando Kuhn
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
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Inegavelmente a decisão é algo presente no dia-a-dia de todos, independentemente do tipo de atividades nas quais estamos envolvidos. Como característica do ambiente, verifica-se que este é muito dinâmico, exigindo respostas cada vez mais rápidas por parte dos executivos. Como outros autores já colocaram, há uma grande dificuldade por parte dos modelos atuais em contemplar todos os elementos presentes nos processos decisórios, levando os indivíduos a recorrerem a fontes de cunho mais informal, de mais fácil acesso e, entre elas a intuição tem um papel de destaque. Dessa forma, este estudo busca apresentar indícios que permitam responder à seguinte questão de pesquisa: como a intuição atua no processo decisório instantâneo? O objetivo principal é compreender de que forma executivos ou gerentes fazem uso da intuição neste tipo específico de decisão. A partir de uma literatura que buscou elementos tanto de processo decisório, bem como da intuição, no campo da gestão e da psicologia, foi possível estabelecer pontos de intersecção, que permitiram a elaboração de um instrumento para a condução de entrevistas junto a alguns executivos da área de TI. Com base em uma seleção de gestores da região Sul do Brasil...

Intuições para uma pedagogia da intuição : a amizade enquanto uma experiência integral pela dinâmica das cartas

Machado, Alexsandro dos Santos
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
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A partir de uma de uma atividade denominada “Dinâmica das Cartas”, o autor convidou seus estudantes do Ensino Médio a escreverem cartas para si mesmos a serem recebidas cinco anos depois. Após esse período, conforme o combinado, tais cartas foram remetidas de volta aos seus autores pelo correio e houve um reencontro com todos os participantes. Trinta e oito voluntários aceitaram o convite do autor e continuaram um processo de aprofundamento de reflexões sobre a Dinâmica das Cartas por meio de e-mails, cartas e encontros presenciais. O produto desse processo foi analisado pelo autor a partir da obra de Henri Bergson, de maneira especial, por meio dos conceitos de intuição, memória, duração e experiência integral. Constatou-se que, sustentada pela amizade, as experiências escolares podem envolver a inteligência e a intuição, mediante um misto de processos da mente e da memória, que podem se entrelaçar em experiências integrais. Por fim, ao verificarmos que a intuição é o fio metodológico capaz de, em complemento à inteligência, transformar as vivências educativas em experiências integrais, apontamos a necessidade de se organizar pressupostos mais consistentes para uma Pedagogia da Intuição.; From an activity called a "Dynamics of Letters"...

When Should Patient Intuition be Taken Seriously?

Buetow, Stephen A.; Mintoft, Bridget
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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As a style of information processing, intuition involves implicit perceptual and cognitive processes that can be quickly and automatically executed without conscious mental will, such that people know more than they can describe. Patient intuition can influence patient and clinician decision-making and behavior. However, physicians may not always see patient intuition as credible or important, and its management in the clinical setting is poorly understood. This paper takes a step toward suggesting conditions under which patient intuition should be taken seriously. These conditions relate to the credibility or accuracy of the intuitive beliefs held by the patient, and their significance to the patient. Credibility may be increased when the intuitions of patients (1) reflect their individualized knowledge, (2) can complement the common absence of scientific evidence in managing health problems, and (3) can quickly and effectively process key information in complex cognitive tasks. Even intuitions that lack credibility can be subjectively rational and meaningful to patients, and help to shape the decisions they and clinicians make.

The intuition of neutrality and consequentialist thinking: potential antinatalist implications

Pettersson, Karl
Fonte: Springer International Publishing AG Publicador: Springer International Publishing AG
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 11/03/2013 EN
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Many people seem to share some version of what has been called the “intuition of neutrality” about creating new people, which, roughly, says that there exists a certain range of levels of well-being such that creating people within this range is, in itself, morally neutral, but creating people with a level of well-being outside this range is not morally neutral. In this paper, I will discuss different interpretations of this intuition, and specifically distinguish between what I will call counterfactual interpretations and Do-interpretations of the intuition. I will argue that it is hard to interpret the intuition in a way that does not give rise to antinatalist moral reasons, i.e. reasons favoring an empty future population, when it comes to choices of social policy. In particular, this holds if we assume a conception of relevant outcomes of actions reflecting consequentialist moral intuitions. In the end, I will formulate a normative principle of welfare promotion which I argue respects the most plausible counterfactual version of the neutrality intuition.

A functional imaging investigation of moral deliberation and moral intuition

Harenski, Carla L.; Antonenko, Olga; Shane, Matthew S.; Kiehl, Kent A.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Prior functional imaging studies of moral processing have utilized ‘explicit’ moral tasks that involve moral deliberation (e.g., reading statements such as ‘he shot the victim’ and rating the moral appropriateness of the behavior) or ‘implicit’ moral tasks that involve moral intuition (e.g., reading similar statements and memorizing them for a test but not rating their moral appropriateness). Although the neural mechanisms underlying moral deliberation and moral intuition may differ, these have not been directly compared. Studies using explicit moral tasks have reported increased activity in several regions, most consistently the medial prefrontal cortex and temporo-parietal junction. In the few studies that have utilized implicit moral tasks, medial prefrontal activity has been less consistent, suggesting the medial prefrontal cortex is more critical for moral deliberation than moral intuition. Thus, we hypothesized that medial prefrontal activity would be increased during an explicit, but not an implicit, moral task. Participants (n = 28) were scanned using fMRI while viewing 50 unpleasant pictures, half of which depicted moral violations. Half of the participants rated pictures on moral violation severity (explicit task) while the other half indicated whether pictures occurred indoors or outdoors (implicit task). As predicted...

The Method of Randomization, Economic Policy, and Reasoned Intuition

Basu, Kaushik
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
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The method of randomization has been a major driver in the recent rise to prominence of empirical development economics. It has helped uncover patterns and facts that had earlier escaped attention. But it has also given rise to heated debate and controversy. This paper evaluates the method of randomization and concludes that, while the method of randomization is the gold standard for description, it is not able to demonstrate causality. Nor does it, in itself, lead to policy conclusions, as is often claimed by its advocates. To get to policy conclusions requires combining the findings of randomized experiments with human intuition, which, being founded in evolution, has innate strengths. Moreover, even non-randomized empirical methods combined with reasoned intuition can help in crafting development policy.

Intuition and its component parts in the heuristic processing of deception detection: Hunch, *evidence, and reliance on intuitive efficacy

Coffman, Kimberly
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Rated trust in intuitive efficacy (measured as trust, belief, use, accuracy and weighting of intuition) was investigated as a predictor of self-designated use of intuitive (hunch and hunch plus evidential belief) vs. deliberative (evidential belief and evidential belief plus hunch) deception detection judgments and actual accuracy. Twenty-nine student participants were filmed as they made true and deceptive statements about their everyday activities on a given evening (last Friday night), and college students (N=238) judged 20 (10=true, 10=deceptive) of these filmed statements as truthful or deceptive. Participants provided ratings of reliance on hunches vs. evidential belief, confidence in film judgments, intuitive efficacy, accuracy in deception detection, reliance on cues to deception, and experiences with intuition. ^ Generalized estimated equation modeling using binary logistics demonstrated accuracy in identifying true vs. deceptive statements was predicted by film number, hunch-evidence ratings, weighting of intuition, and total cues cited. Weighting of intuition was predictive of accuracy across participants, with higher weighting predictive of higher accuracy in general. Participants who cited evidential belief plus hunch and moderate to high weighting incorrectly reversed their true vs. deceptive judgments. Accuracy for true statements was higher for hunches and hunch plus evidential belief...

To entrap and empower: understanding the social implications of maternal intuition within heterosexual family relationships

Delany, T.
Fonte: Australian Psychological Society Publicador: Australian Psychological Society
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2009 EN
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Throughout this paper I explore the concept of maternal intuition and argue that it serves multiple, and sometimes contradictory, functions within heterosexual family relationships. In one sense a belief in the power of maternal intuition serves to reinforce gendered child care dynamics by naturalising the position of women as primary caregivers. Concurrently, this process may exclude and excuse men from equal parenting responsibility. However, maternal intuition can also operate to provide women a means of social empowerment. This occurs particularly through the role of intuition in providing evidence of a woman’s ability to fulfil the role of ‘good’ mother. The ideas that are developed in this paper are drawn from a discourse analysis of narratives collected during in-depth interviews. The interviews were with 28 women who mother children with congenital health problems. Throughout the analysis various theories are applied in order to explore the origins and effects of maternal intuition from both a biologically determinist and social perspective. The findings of the analysis extend existing theory, particularly about the operation of intuition within heterosexual parenting relationships and about its role in reinforcing maternal responsibilities.; Toni Delaney

Training professioneller intuitiver Selbstregulation : Theorie, Empirie und Praxis; Training of professional intuitive self-regulation

Zeuch, Andreas
Fonte: Universidade de Tubinga Publicador: Universidade de Tubinga
Tipo: Dissertação
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In der Dissertation wird das Training professioneller intuitiver Selbstregulation theoretisch und empirisch bearbeitet. Zwei Fragen sind dabei zentral: 1.) Lässt sich professionelle intuitive Selbstregulation trainieren, und wenn ja, wie? 2.) Wie könnten mögliche Effekte eines solchen Trainings evaluiert werden? Der Theorieteil beginnt mit einer multidisziplinären Definition des Begriffs Intuition. Im nächsten Kapitel werden verschiedene Erklärungstheorien (Implizites Wissen, subliminale Wahrnehmung/Informationsverarbeitung, Affektlogik, somatische Marker und das Konzept der Transversalen Vernunft) erstmals zu einer Skizze einer multidisziplinären Intuitionstheorie zusammengefügt. Es folgt ein Überblick über die empirische Forschung gefolgt von einer Auswertung der bestehenden nicht-wissenschaftlichen Trainingsliteratur. Im empirischen Teil wird die Grundlagenstudie und die experimentierende Evaluationsstudie dargestellt. Die Grundlagenstudie setzt sich aus episodischen Experteninterviews (einem für diese Studie gebildeten Interviewtyp) mit n=13 OrganisationsberaterInnen und einer qualitativ-quantitativen Online-Befragung mit n=86 weiteren OrganisationsberaterInnen zusammen. Aus den Studienergebnissen und den Informationen aus der Literatur wurde ein Trainingsdesign für Organisationsberater entworfen...

Vers une musique autogérée : (in)compatibilités, réseaux, intuition et processus

Tzortzis, Nikolaos
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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« Vers une musique autogérée », est un regard sur mes œuvres des trois dernières années : un quatuor à cordes, un quatuor pour flûte basse, saxophone baryton, percussion et piano, une pièce pour voix de femme et douze musiciens et une pièce pour silent piano et dispositif électronique, qui sera le chapitre le plus exhaustif. Tout au long de cette étude, on examinera les notions qui m’inspirent, les points de départ de chaque pièce ainsi que les moyens employés pour arriver au bout de chaque idée. On parlera du tandem « intuition – processus » et comment il s’exprime chaque fois de façon différente, des réseaux qui se créent dans la musique, on abordera le concept omniprésent de l’incompatibilité et les relations que cela autorise, et on suivra l’évolution progressive de l’écriture vers une musique qui se veut « autogérée », en examinant comment ce terme se manifeste, selon les différents contextes.; « Towards an autoregulated music » is a look on my works of the past three years: a string quartet, a quartet for bass flute, baritone saxophone, percussion and piano, a work for female voice and twelve musicians and a piece for silent piano and real time electronics, the most thorough chapter. Throughout this study...

Derrida et Bergson : dialogue médiat sur la question de l'immédiat

Fradet, Pierre-Alexandre
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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Si le rapport entre Derrida et Bergson n’a pas fait l’objet de nombreuses études, les commentaires existants témoignent à peu près tous d’une vision commune : entre les deux philosophes, les divergences peuvent être atténuées, voire dissoutes, par la considération de convergences plus fondamentales. Les pages qui suivent seront l’occasion pour nous de faire contrepoids à cette vulgate interprétative. Sans nier l’existence de points de contact entre Derrida et Bergson, nous voudrions en effet montrer qu’un important désaccord subsiste entre eux au sujet de la possibilité de l’intuition. Alors que Derrida met en cause les doctrines intuitionnistes, Bergson érige l’intuition en méthode philosophique. Le présent mémoire prendra pour fil conducteur les motifs de cette discorde. Réduit à sa plus simple expression, l’objectif que nous y poursuivrons sera de montrer que les pensées bergsonienne et derridienne, lorsque mises en dialogue, révèlent un désaccord partiel qui permet de réfléchir de façon féconde sur la possibilité de l’intuition. Pour être plus exact, nous caresserons ici une triple ambition : i/ cerner étroitement l’objet du litige entre Derrida et Bergson, trop peu souligné par les commentateurs...

Intuição e conceito: a transformação do pensamento matemático de Kant a Bolzano; Intuition and concept: the transformation of the mathematical thinking from Kant to Bolzano

Clímaco, Humberto de Assis
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Educação (FE); Faculdade de Educação - FE (RG) Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Educação (FE); Faculdade de Educação - FE (RG)
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
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Taking part of the research line Grounds of the Educational Process of Post-graduate program in education of Universidade Federal de Goiás, this thesis reflects, in an original way, on the core issues the fundamentals of core issues of the today‘s mathematical education, opening new horizons for this area of knowledge. It discusses the transformation of the relationship between intuition and concept in the philosophy of mathematics occurred in the early nineteenth century, when the nature of mathematical knowledge has undergone such profound changes that mathematics came to be called Pure Mathematics, a subject that is relevant to understand the contradiction between simplicity and clarity sought by the creators of Pure Mathematics to make it a language, and the difficulty and lack of meaning with which it is often seen in schools. The way of conceiving knowledge was profoundly changed by this transformation, and in particular changed the meaning of intuition. Kant's work has been discussed in this thesis due to the constructive role that the philosopher attributed, in its critical period, to the intuition of the knower subject; with the work of Kant...

A estética transcendental contra o empirismo : o golpe kantiano na intuição sensível dos empiristas; The transcendental aesthetic against empiricism : the kantian coup against empiricist's sensible intuition

Ethel Panitsa Beluzzi
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 27/05/2014 PT
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O objetivo do presente projeto de pesquisa consiste em analisar aquele momento fundamental na Estética Transcendental da Crítica da Razão Pura, onde Kant, ao aceitar a tese empirista de que só temos intuição sensível, transforma o espaço e o tempo em princípios a priori da sensibilidade do espírito humano, e assim possibilita, contra o empirismo, a fundação de um conhecimento sintético independente da experiência. O conhecimento efetivamente se inicia com a experiência, segundo Kant. Mas isso não significa de modo algum que todo ele derive da experiência, como afirmam filósofos da tradição empirista como Hume. Embora alguns filósofos como Locke e Hume tenham mesmo estabelecidos princípios do entendimento pelos quais temos experiência, ainda assim todo conhecimento derivava da própria experiência. Kant, entretanto, vai além: a razão não apenas organiza a experiência, como de certa forma a produz; ao retirar o espaço e o tempo das coisas e coloca-los como organizador de nossa percepção, Kant defende a existência desses princípios puros da sensibilidade e do entendimento, onde os princípios puros da sensibilidade produzem efet ivamente a experiência sensível: nossa percepção não é apenas mediada...

A Noção de Bem em G.E. Moore : problemas sobre conhecimento e intuição; The notion of Good in G. E. Moore : problems about knowledge and intuition

Geraldo José Ormieres
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 04/11/2010 PT
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Este trabalho apresenta e discute a obra de George Edward Moore entre os anos de 1898 e 1910 concentrando-se no texto do Principia Ethica. Fazse uma análise de sua concepção de bem e de sua noção do que seria conhecer o bem. O trabalho também esclarece pontos importantes da concepção ontológica e ética de Moore para que seja possível compreender sua caracterização de intuição como base do conhecimento de proposições fundamentais da ética. A partir dessa análise procura-se mostrar a possibilidade de noções de conhecimento mais compatíveis com as conclusões de Moore em seu texto sobre a matéria; This work presents and discusses the philosophy of George Edward Moore along the period from 1898 to 1910, being centered mostly on Principia Ethica. Here is analyzed his conception of good as well as his notion of what would be attaining knowledge of the good. This work also clarifies important points of the ontological and ethical conceptions of Moore for a possible understanding of his characterization of intuition as a basis for knowledge of fundamental propositions of ethics. Based on this analysis it is intended to show a possibility for a conception of knowledge better suited with the conclusions Moore takes at the end of his text on the matter

Intuição na tomada de decisão em recrutamento e selecção

Sousa, João André Caeiro de
Fonte: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa Publicador: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em //2014 POR
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Mestrado em Gestão de Recursos Humanos; Neste trabalho analisa-se o papel da intuição nos processos de tomada de decisão em recrutamento e selecção. Com base em dois estudos empíricos, foram exploradas as três dimensões (inferencial, holística e afectiva) da intuição e a aptidão intuitiva individual. O primeiro estudo, baseado em entrevistas semi-estruturadas efectuadas a 18 profissionais de recrutamento e selecção, indicou que a necessidade de justificar as decisões perante terceiros (responsabilização) apresenta uma relação negativa com o uso da intuição, ou seja, aparentemente, quanto mais responsabilizados perante terceiros estão os profissionais, mais tendem a procurar justificações racionais para as suas escolhas. No segundo estudo, realizado com o intuito de aprofundar e explorar os resultados do estudo anterior, os dados recolhidos através de questionário online a 115 profissionais da área indicam um uso mais acentuado da intuição por parte dos profissionais do sexo masculino relativamente ao sexo oposto, apesar de não serem notórias diferenças entre géneros no que concerne à aptidão intuitiva. Este resultado, aparentemente contra-intuitivo em relação às prescrições estereotípicas de género...

Nonlocal Intuition: Replication and Paired-subjects Enhancement Effects

Rezaei, Saeed; Mirzaei, Maryam; Zali, Mohammad Reza
Fonte: Global Advances in Health and Medicine Publicador: Global Advances in Health and Medicine
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This article reports the results of a study of repeat entrepreneurs in Tehran, Iran, in which nonlocal intuition was investigated in a replication and extension of experiment using measures of heart rate variability (HRV). Nonlocal intuition is the perception of information about a distant or future event by the body's psychophysiological systems, which is not based on reason or memories of prior experience. This study follows up on the McCraty, Radin, and Bradley studies, which found evidence of nonlocal intuition. We used Radin's experimental protocol, with the addition of HRV measures as in the McCraty studies involving computer administration of a random sequence of calm and emotional pictures as the stimulus, and conducted two experiments on mutually exclusive samples—the first on a group of single participants (N=15) and the second on a group of co-participant pairs (N=30)—to investigate the question of the “amplification” of intuition effects by social connection. Each experiment was conducted over 45 trials while heart rate rhythm activity was recorded continuously. Results, using random permutation analysis, a statistically conservative procedure, show significant pre-stimulus results—that is, for the period before the computer had randomly selected the picture stimulus—for both experiments. Moreover...

The Use of Intuition in Homeopathic Clinical Decision Making: An Interpretative Phenomenological Study

Brien, Sarah; Dibb, Bridget; Burch, Alex
Fonte: Hindawi Publishing Corporation Publicador: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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While intuition plays a role in clinical decision making within conventional medicine, little is understood about its use in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). The aim of this qualitative study was to investigate intuition from the perspective of homeopathic practitioners; its' manifestation, how it was recognized, its origins and when it was used within daily clinical practice. Semi-structured interviews were carried out with clinically experienced non-National Health Service (NHS) UK homeopathic practitioners. Interpretative phenomenological analysis was used to analyze the data. Homeopaths reported many similarities with conventional medical practitioner regarding the nature, perceived origin and manifestation of their intuitions in clinical practice. Intuition was used in two key aspects of the consultation: (i) to enhance the practitioner-patient relationship, these were generally trusted; and (ii) intuitions relating to the prescribing decision. Homeopaths were cautious about these latter intuitions, testing any intuitive thoughts through deductive reasoning before accepting them. Their reluctance is not surprising given the consequences for patient care, but we propose this also reflects homeopaths' sensitivity to the academic and medical mistrust of both homeopathy and intuition. This study is the first to explore the use of intuition in decision making in any form of complementary medicine. The similarities with conventional practitioners may provide confidence in validating intuition as a legitimate part of the decision making process for these specific practitioners. Further work is needed to elucidate if these findings reflect intuitive use in clinical practice of other CAM practitioners in both private and NHS (i.e....

Implementing Human-like Intuition Mechanism in Artificial Intelligence

Dundas, Jitesh; Chik, David
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 29/06/2011
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Human intuition has been simulated by several research projects using artificial intelligence techniques. Most of these algorithms or models lack the ability to handle complications or diversions. Moreover, they also do not explain the factors influencing intuition and the accuracy of the results from this process. In this paper, we present a simple series based model for implementation of human-like intuition using the principles of connectivity and unknown entities. By using Poker hand datasets and Car evaluation datasets, we compare the performance of some well-known models with our intuition model. The aim of the experiment was to predict the maximum accurate answers using intuition based models. We found that the presence of unknown entities, diversion from the current problem scenario, and identifying weakness without the normal logic based execution, greatly affects the reliability of the answers. Generally, the intuition based models cannot be a substitute for the logic based mechanisms in handling such problems. The intuition can only act as a support for an ongoing logic based model that processes all the steps in a sequential manner. However, when time and computational cost are very strict constraints, this intuition based model becomes extremely important and useful...

Proposição de um Protocolo para Estudo sobre a Intuição e o Processo de Tomada de Decisão.; Proposal of a Protocol for the Study of Intuition and the Decision-Marking Process.; Proposición de un Protocolo para Estudio sobre la Intuición y el Proceso de Tomada de Decisión.

Andriotti, Fernando Kuhn; Freitas, Henrique Mello Rodrigues de; Martens, Cristina Dai Prá
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 02/06/2014 POR
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El actual contexto donde ejecutivos y gestores están inseridos es dinámico y exigente en la demanda de resultados. Decisiones rápidas y precisas son necesarias, apoyadas por modelos de tomada de decisión y por aspectos más subjetivos, como lo es el ejemplo de la intuición. Aunque la intuición sea un tópico ya largamente estudiado, hay escasez de investigaciones sobre su papel en la tomada de decisión, especialmente en la realidad brasileña. Este artículo tiene el objetivo de hacer una reflexión a respecto de la intuición en el contexto de tomada de decisión y presentar una propuesta de modelo de investigación para la realidad brasileña, procurando comprender cómo la intuición y la decisión interactúan. Por medio de un abordaje teórico, esa proposición toma como base otras investigaciones que se realizaron en el área de gestión, buscando las principales contribuciones, para entonces elaborar un escenario que sea más amplio en su alcance de observación, sumándose de forma complementar a lo que ya fue desarrollado. La conclusión es que un estudio sobre intuición no puede colocarla en oposición al proceso racional de tomada de decisión, mas sí como algo complementar. Por esa razón, los instrumentos presentados en la literatura dejan lagunas...

Intuition and Russell´s Paradox

Cuonzo, Margaret; Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus
Fonte: Federal University of Santa Catarina – UFSC Publicador: Federal University of Santa Catarina – UFSC
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/01/2001 POR
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In this essay I will examine the role that intuition plays in Russell's parado; showing how different appraaches to intuition will license different treatments of the paradox. In addition, I will argue for a specific approach to the paradox, one that follows from the most plausible account of intuition. On this account, intuitions, though fallible, have episternic import. In addition, the intuitions involved in paradoxes point to something wrong with concept that leads to paradox. In the case of Russell's paradox, this is an ambiguity in the notion of a class.