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Philosophical views on reverse behavioral analysis

Editorial

Dr. Tamaro J. Green

 

Philosophy may provide lenses for which to build a theoretical framework for understanding the feasibility of applications in reverse behavioral analysis.  Bowden (2015) explains Nietzsche’s distinction between the actor and the deed.  Kain (1996) describes the view of morality to Nietzsche as originating from who conducts the act and not the act itself.  Groenewald and Buitendag (2005) describe the challenge of Nietzsche to theological theories.

Behavioral analysis may benefit research in understanding the phenomenon of design and ascetics of scientific innovation.  Böhler (2017) presents from Nietzsche the belief science is a modern version of ascetic ideal.  Bowden (2015) discusses intention of Hegel to include reflections of goals in life and the desire to define a medium for our goals.  Behavioral analysis may also provide greater insight into language as a communication tool.  Alparone and Rosa (2020) discuss the views of Heidegger and Lacan on language as more than a communication tool but as a structure of relationships in society.

 

 

References:

 

Alparone, D., & Rosa, V. L. L. (2020). Heidegger and Lacan. Language and Psychoanalysis, 9(2), 4-12.

Böhler, A. (2017). Immanence: A life… Friedrich Nietzsche. Performance Philosophy, 3(3), 576-603. doi:10.21476/PP.2017.33163

Bowden, S. (2015). Normativity and expressive agency in Hegel, Nietzsche, and Deleuze. Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 29(2), 236‐259.

Groenewald, A. J., & Buitendag, J. (2005). Who is the “God” Nietzsche denied? HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 61(1).

Kain, P. J. (1996). Nietzschean genealogy and hegelian history in the genealogy of morals. Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 26, 123-148.

 

Dr. Tamaro Green is a computer science researcher and the founder of TJG Web Services.  TJG Web Services, LLC is a consulting firm in the field of information technology.  Dr. Green writes on topics of privacy, security, and ethics in information technology and computer science.

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