Construction of Identity
Keisha L.Merchant, MABC
Camp, I.F.C., Gonzalez, M.R. (2009). The Philosophical Notion of Equality, Ave Maria Law Review, Retrieved from,http://legacy.avemarialaw.edu/lr/assets/articles/AMLR.v8i1.campgonzales.pdf
The reason why this literature was chosen was due to the interest in equality mathematics. This particular literature discusses the issues of identity and identification in regards to sameness. The notion of equality over the years have evolved from abstract into concrete, (Camp & Gonalez, 2009). This discussion is to clarify why the theoretical framework of the question of construction of identity starts with equality in the human right. The human right as to equality begins the journey of conceptualization of truly what is equality. Camp and Gonzalez discussion is an excellent discourse on political equality and legal equality. These experts discourse about how societal debates lead to the profound sense of the “same” which leads to the regression of the measurement of equality in law and policy for unequal communities. This is a great literature to begin the discussion of equality in the construction of identity. The critical component to the intersections of identity, why infinite processing in our daily communities are left out of the equations, yet in our mathematics infinite processing is normal and applicable? The crossing over notion that equality is dismissed due to the realization of how society sees “sameness” and identification. In this literature, the lay out is an excellent lay out of answering the first probing question into the theoretical framework, why do our society have high mortality rates? The answer is due to lack of equality. This literature explains the notion of equality.
Dubinsky,E. Weller, K.,McDonald, M.A &Brown, A. (2014). Some historical issues and paradoxes regarding the concept of Infinity: An APOS analysis, Part 2, Retrieved from, http://www.math.kent.edu/~edd/HistPart2RevSubmit1.pdf
The reason why this literature was chosen was due to the infinity theory of equality. This theory of infinite processing should connect all variables to the question, why most global communities have a high rate of mortality. The process of finite processing stems from poor management and poor leadership that fail to adapt, change and grow from one location to the next. These factors are founded on the absolutes of cognitive connections with explanations and resolutions that can be developed through the understanding of infinity. “These problems present potential stumbling blocks in an individuals development of an understanding of infinity. Using APOs Theory we propose cognitive explanation and resolutions that are expected to lead, eventually, to the design of pedagogy that may help students develop mathematically useful conceptions of various aspects of infinity,” (Dubinsky, Weller, McDonald, & Brown, 2014). This is an excellent theory that infinity can be applicable in our daily lives by the theory that cognitive conceptions of infinity may increase our ability to develop technology and communication systems that meet the timeless essence of creating new formulas of identity and identification through a design of pedagogy. This theory is a great theoretical framework theory to connect variables of changing societal normalcy to high mortality rates, high disease rates, high aging factors, high instabilities, high environmental rifts and cultural clashing. This is the literature that shows some expertise in the authentication of infinity in empirical distribution for application and strategy in the resource of a new system of equality. This is an excellent literature to connect all variables in a quantitative and qualitative approach by mixed methodology in collection of one visual theme of a social natural selection in our social evolution to construct our identity using infinity mathematics and equality mathematics. This literature is an excellent resource to develop that concept.