I like this plan and am looking forward to joining in.
Nate Schmolze wrote:
> Mike, Paul
> Rubenshtein might be a good comparable - reading side by side with
> Leont'ev's intro and Marxism chapter. Leont'ev seems to situate the book as
> extending the Marxist approaches of both Vygotsky and Rubenshtein. If we
> wanted to incorporate some Rubenshtein the beginning chapters seems the
> place it would fit in best.
> An issue being is how would one get the translated Rubenshtein in an
> accessible format for a collective reading. My preference would be reading
> the writings of Rubenshtein himself rather than someone writing about him.
> If we can get translated writings, how can we get those into a pdf or html
> format so they could be acessible to XCMA.
> Another way both Vygotsky and Rubenshtein have been countered to Leont'ev is
> along the domains of creativity and the role of the individual in the
> process. In this sense, Leontiev discussion of sense and personality might
> also be a good place to incorporate Rubenshtein is we chose to do so.
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