Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

 
Triangulation: the method of including a second point of view when considering an object, e.g. for determining a distance. In psychology, the interaction of mother and child in the study of language acquisition is observed in the face of an object. The concept of triangulation is essential for understanding the philosophical problem of private language. See also private language, rules, language acquisition.

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Peter Gärdenfors
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Triangulation/Language/Learning/Semantic domains/Cooperation/Gärdenfors: to share a semantic domain facilitates cooperation. New forms of cooperation are made possible when jointly oriented attention can be established.
Anthropology: there is a great consensus that the human developed in extensive areas of open landscapes (Preuschoft & Witte, 1991, Hilton & Meldrum, 2004), where it was helpful to refer to absent objects.


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P. Gärdenfors
The Geometry of Meaning Cambridge 2014


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