Even though the appropriate hemisphere is in a position to comprehending phrases, to what volume andunder what situations this contributes to common usual language comprehensionhas remained vague. The positron emission tomography (PET) functionalneuroimaging scan pronounced the following confirmed that correct hemisphere inferior frontalgyrus and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex are activated whereas topics learn temporarilyambiguous sentences within which the fewer most well liked which means of the notice needs to eventually bechosen. This consequence demonstrates that the ideal hemisphere is certainly eager about normalsentence comprehension less than a few conditions. We relate this proof to facts fromright hemisphere broken sufferers which means that the precise hemisphere is involvedin revising meanings extra in general and to neuroimaging facts that definitely the right frontallobe is energetic in verbal temporary reminiscence projects.
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Schizophrenie, 44–6. 28 2 Methodological Pitfalls unwritten rules and requirements of everyday reality is to rupture the bonds that connect him/her to others. Although behavior that defies the commonly shared semantic contexts is assumed to be deranged in a given situation, it could nevertheless seem perfectly normal in a different social situation or cultural context. What is accepted as a common or even desired way of behavior in one cultural environment is considered unacceptable in another.
With the so-called normal individual, anxiety, if permitted at all, can always be overcome, whereas in the case of the schizophrenic, it becomes all-encompassing and inescapable. Instead of resolutely accepting the fact of his/her existence as his/her very own possibility, the schizophrenic is, over and over again, cast into a situation where his/ her individuality becomes reduced to the pure capability of suffering. Out of the repeated confrontation with the traumatic experience of “the end of the world” evolves the overall mode of existing, marked by the persistent effort to piece together out of the shattered shreds of the significative whole of the world at least some sort of provisional space, within which one could freely move and breathe.
1 Inhuman Science 25 “carried” by anything other than its own temporality. 18 Much as this individual constancy remains open to change and existential rupture, it is also an expression of the fact that human existence always somehow understands its being, that it comprehends it as its own and, to some extent, as always the same. The phenomenological description of the temporal unity of existence thus arrives at the idea of sameness which is irreconcilable with the epistemological character of classical rationality.
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