Dynamical Context Vs. Situational Context
Unpacking words with word-sensibility analysis begins with a distinction in the contextualizing of word sense.
A Situational Context is the communicative ability to present or understand the objective circumstances in which an event occurs and will sometimes include the appropriate behaviors associated with it.
We introduce the idea of a Dynamical Context which is something different and can be summarized as follows:
- Dynamical Context: a situation resonates with a preexisting psychology, a predetermined expectation for behavior within that situation, and produces a synergy response, reshaped for the moment.
- Dynamical Contextual Systems: characterized by the potential for multiple dynamic areas and interactions between them.