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Conclusion on the model of cognition presented

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At the onset of the book biography had been defined as a model of the dynamics of cognition leading to a dual account of the life and scientific endeavours of Gysbertus Godefriedus Johannes Rademaker (1887?1957). The intuitive and experimental evidence of Rademaker?s scientific work has been researched in documents and were conformed by his peers national and international. The dynamics of cognition came so to life. Rademaker did not deviate from this thought and philosophy. His main line of research was followed from the origin of movement, to which the title of this book indicates. It was fruitful to follow his lines of basic research and spread from the biomedical discipline as physiology developed over years, to metamedics, metamathematics and the arts such as ballet.

Keywords: ballet; biomedical discipline; dynamics of cognition; metamathematics; metamedics; Rademaker?s scientific work



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