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Нейролингвистический подход к перформативности в экономической науке

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2011-2-50-74

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Аннотация

Почему институты реальны? В социологии для объяснения этого недавно появилась идея перформативности, заимствованная из философии языка. Автор предлагает нейролингвистический подход к перформативности, основанный на теории институтов Дж. Серла, особенно на предложенном им понятии статусной функции и его объяснении следования правилам как нейрофизиологической предрасположенности. В статье показано, что установление статусной функции - это перформативный акт. Автор применяет идею понятийного смешения, заимствованную из когнитивной науки, к статусной функции и показывает, как эти идеи можно применить к эмпирическому исследованию перформативности на финансовых рынках. Он также выстраивает базовый нейрофизиологический контекст, следуя когнитивной теории метафоры и используя эмпирические иллюстрации из области поведенческих финансов и нейроэкономики.

Об авторе

К. Херман-Пилат
Франкфуртская школа финансов и управления
Германия
профессор


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Херман-Пилат К. Нейролингвистический подход к перформативности в экономической науке. Вопросы экономики. 2011;(2):50-74. https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2011-2-50-74

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Herrmann-Pillath C. A Neurolinguistic Approach to Performativity in Economics. Voprosy Ekonomiki. 2011;(2):50-74. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2011-2-50-74

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