Rule-following as an anticipatory act: Interaction in second person and an internal measurement model of dialogue

Tatsuji Takahashi, Yukio Gunji

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Abstract

We pursue anticipation in second person or normative anticipation. As the first step, we make the three concepts second person, internal measurement and asynchroneity clearer by introducing the velocity of logic vl and the velocity of communication vc, in the context of social communication. After proving anticipatory nature of rule-following or language use in general via Kripke's "rule-following paradox", we present a mathematical model expressing the intemality essential to second person, taking advantage of equivalences and differences in the formal language theory. As a consequence, we show some advantages of negatively considered concepts and arguments by concretizing them into an elementary and explicit formal model. The time development of the model shows a self-organizing property which never results if we adopt a third person stance.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAIP Conference Proceedings
Pages316-325
Number of pages10
Volume1051
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008
Externally publishedYes
Event8th International Conference on Computing Anticipatory Systems, CASYS'07 - Liege
Duration: 2007 Aug 62007 Aug 11

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Other8th International Conference on Computing Anticipatory Systems, CASYS'07
CityLiege
Period07/8/607/8/11

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Keywords

  • Internal measurement
  • Kripke
  • Normative anticipation
  • Observational difference
  • Rule-following paradox

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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Rule-following as an anticipatory act : Interaction in second person and an internal measurement model of dialogue. / Takahashi, Tatsuji; Gunji, Yukio.

AIP Conference Proceedings. Vol. 1051 2008. p. 316-325.

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Takahashi, T & Gunji, Y 2008, Rule-following as an anticipatory act: Interaction in second person and an internal measurement model of dialogue. in AIP Conference Proceedings. vol. 1051, pp. 316-325, 8th International Conference on Computing Anticipatory Systems, CASYS'07, Liege, 07/8/6. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3020671
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