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Título: Culture and cognition or the power of Tacit knowledge
Autor: Hanenberg, Peter
Palavras-chave: Culture
Cognition
Tacit konwledge
Data: Nov-2009
Editora: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Citação: HANENBERG, Peter - Culture and cognition or the power of Tacit Knowledge. In WORKSHOP at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation on Next Future,1, Lisboa, 2009. Lisboa : Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Resumo: The most famous definition of tacit knowledge is a paradoxical phrase coined by Michael Polanyi: “We know more than we can tell”. Tacit knowledge is therefore something that is neither told nor spoken, something that is not “at hand”. It refers to something that we know, without our being aware of that knowledge. However, we depend upon it in order to be able to act. In order to develop a clearer description of the importance of tacit knowledge (in the context of the current crisis), we examine some examples of “gut feelings” that lead us to solve problems without the explicit intervention of knowledge. Next we present the idea of a “geography of thought” in order to describe tacit knowledge in cultural diversity. Finally, we relate Polanyi’s concept to the ‘Cognitive System of Culture’ developed by Leonard Talmy, in order to pave the way for three conclusions: (1) tacit knowledge is based on experience, (2) it is shared (and not simply individual), and (3) it therefore represents a challenge for education. Knowing more about tacit knowledge means recognising its fundamental power for determining culture and its projection into the near future.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.14/12718
Versão do Editor: http://www.proximofuturo.gulbenkian.pt/sites/proximofuturo/files/ficheiros/Eng-PF-1_Conhecimento_tacito.pdf
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