Considered at its most minimal, language is grounded, as Michael Tomasello along with Eric Gans has shown, in joint attention the capacity to pay attention to the same thing at the same time, to know that we are doing it, and to know that we know (to let each other know). It should be possible, then, to analyze all human, which is to say social, phenomena, in terms of forms of attention, articulated in ever more complex ways. I think we can reduce the basic attentional dispositions to three.
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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeFurious local politicians have called on Dominic Cummings to go as the lockdown rule breach fiasco engulfing the Prime Minister’s special adviser continues.Alan Brown, the Kilmarnock and Loudoun SNP MP, and Colin Smyth, Labour South Scotland MSP, told the Kilmarnock Standard Cummings should resign or be sacked by Boris Johnson.Mr Cummings sparked anger after travelling 260 miles from his London home to his parents’ property in Durham at the end of March despite fearing he and his wife may be coming down with the coronavirus.He said he self isolated in another building on the estate with his wife and young son, and made the journey because he had childcare concerns should they both end up falling seriously ill.At a press conference on Monday, Mr Cummings then admitted a further lockdown breach with a near 60 mile round trip to Barnard Castle on Sunday, April 12 his wife’s birthday.Read MoreCoronavirus Scotland: 15 further deaths announced on day lockdown is easedIn a public statement, he told how the family of three got out of the car and sat by the riverside for 15 minutes this was during Easter weekend when the whole of the UK was on strict lockdown and told to stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives.Mr Cummings was ridiculed for his explanation for the Barnard Castle trip when he said he had driven to the beauty spot to make sure his eyesight was good enough to make the journey back to London.A number of Tory MPs have called on Mr Cummings to go with junior minster Douglas Ross, MP for Moray, resigning on Tuesday morning.Police in Durham investigated the whole affair which has angered people across the United Kingdom who have been unable to see their families, visit relatives dying in hospital or go to funerals.On Thursday afternoon, police said they did not believe Mr Cummings breached health regulations by travelling from London to Durham but stated there might have been a minor breach of the rules with regards Mr Cummings Barnard Castle excursion.Read MoreCoronavirus: Five statistics that show how far Ayrshire has come in fight against COVID 19They added that had an office spoken to him at the time, he would have received advice and likely been told to return to his Durham base.Mr Brown said: “Since Cummings won’t do the decent thing and resign, he should be sacked. It is pathetic to see the UK Government including the Prime Minister make excuses on his behalf.”When asked what people with similar circumstances and concerns as Mr Cummings should do, Mr Brown insisted they must stay put in their own home.He added: “I would plead with constituents not to follow this example. If you are so physically ill that you cannot look after your child, then of course you may need to consider alternative arrangements.”However, anyone who is ill should not be leaving the house at all and getting public transport is a big no no..