Lex instrumenti

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Lex instrumenti, etiam lex mallei et malleus Maslovianus appellata,[1][2] est inclinatio cognitiva quae nimis fiduciam instrumenti noti significat.

Abrahamus Maslow anno 1966 dixit, "Opinor te temptari, si solum instrumentum tibi est malleus, omnia ut clavus habere."[3][4] Quae sententia ambobus ei[5] et Abrahamo Kaplan[6][7] tribuitur, quamquam neuter psychologus notionem de malleo et clavo primum excogitavisse potest. Permultis quidem auctoribus haec sententia revera tributa est, etiam Mark Twain, quamquam in eius scripturis publicatis reperi non potest.[8] Nomine Notationis Baruchianae (Anglice "Baruch's Observation") Bernardo M. Baruch quoque, dardanario collyborum et auctori, tributa est.[9]

Abrahamus Kaplan[recensere | fontem recensere]

Prima huius notionis formula ab Abrahamo Kaplan anno 1964 dicta est: "Id appello legem instrumenti, quae sic formari potest: Malleum puerulo da, qui discet omnia quae videat contundenda esse."[10][11]

Malleus Maslovianus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Abrahamus Maslow malleo Masloviano innotuit, vulgo verbis expresso "Si tibi est nihil nisi malleus, omnia clavus videntur,"[12] in libro The Psychology of Science, anno 1966 edito.[13][14]

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Brislin 1980:73.
  2. Etiam malleus aureus, per analogiam cum glande argentea.
  3. Anglice: "I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail."
  4. Maslow 1966.
  5. Klatt 1999:4.
  6. Cartwright 1990:230.
  7. Winther 2014:20.
  8. McQuade 2006:77.
  9. Fortunes Files.
  10. Anglice "I call it the law of the instrument, and it may be formulated as follows: Give a small boy a hammer, and he will find that everything he encounters needs pounding."
  11. Kaplan 1964:28.
  12. Anglice: "If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail."
  13. Abraham H. Maslow, The Psychology of Science (1966), p. 15. ISBN 9780976040231.
  14. Maslow scripsit: "I remember seeing an elaborate and complicated automatic washing machine for automobiles that did a beautiful job of washing them. But it could do only that, and everything else that got into its clutches was treated as if it were an automobile to be washed. I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail" (Maslow 1966:15).

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