Multiple axiomatization in information management
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Information management is essentially multidisciplinary, requiring multiple axiomatization. Types of causality provide grounds for a productive framework. After developing a framework for multiple axiomatization in information management, Maes's framework is introduced. From the ordering of the so-called disciplinary types in the multiple axiomatization framework, a suggestion is made to modify the framework of Maes. An attempt follows to match both frameworks. The concept of significs is presented as the disciplinary type for researching motivational phenomena.
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|Reference:||Wisse, P. (2002). "Multiple axiomatization in information management," University of Amsterdam, Netherlands . Sprouts: Working Papers on Information Systems, 2(4). http://sprouts.aisnet.org/2-4|
|Keywords:||philosophy of science, axiomatization, information management, motivational turn, significs, Rik Maes|
|Item Type:||Article - Volume 2 Article 4 (2002)|
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