George Herbert Mead's research while affiliated with University of Pennsylvania and other places

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... Instead, schools should have the function of awakening and stimulating these passions; of guiding students on pathways capable of merging reason and imagination and of linking thought, action, and emotion-factors that are all but neglected in our current school and university curricula. The focus on facts and figures, on calculations and results, should be complemented by the teaching of a culture of error, an "epistemology of error" (Dominici, 2010), whereby the three aspects of education mentioned earlier (error, doubt, and unpredictability) should be encouraged and encompassed within the educational format, in the framework of a systemic view of ecosystems and of life itself (Arendt, 1958;Ashby, 1956;Barabási, 2002;Bateson, 1972;Bocchi & Ceruti, 1985;Canguilhem, 1966;Capra, 1975Capra, , 1996De Toni & Comello, 2005;De Toni & De Zan, 2015;Dominici, 1996Dominici, , 2003Dominici, , 2010Dominici, , 2014aDominici, , 2016Dominici, , 2017bDominici, , 2017cDominici, , 2019aDominici, , 2019bDominici, , 2019cEmery, 1969;Ferrarotti, 1997;Feyerabend, 1975;Foucault, 1988;Gallino, 1992;Gandolfi, 2008;Gell-Mann, 1994;Gleick, 1987;Holland, 1975;Israel, 2005;Kauffman, 1993;Kuhn, 1962;Maturana & Varela, 1980, 1985Mead, 1934;Merton, 1965;Morin, 1973Morin, , 1977Morin, , 1980Morin, , 1986Morin, , 1990Morin, , 1991Morin, , 2001Morin, , 2004Musgrave & Lakatos, 1970;Parisi, 1992Parisi, , 2001Popper, 1934;Prigogine, 1996;Prigogine &-Stengers, 1979;Simon, 1962;Taleb, 2012;von Bertalanffy, 1968;von Foerster, 1981;Wiener, 1948Wiener, , 1950. ...