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....didn't realize equating Piaget with intersubjectivity would create a
conflaguration of misunderstanding.
Am I incorrect in my understanding of intersubjectivity? I believe it to
be based on innate abilities rather than appropriated skills. Perhaps
Bahktin did not write on this, I must admit I am shallow in my
understanding of Bahktin.
Initially in my study of LSV and the CHAT tradition I was a person who
prioritized innate abilities but as I have studied and practiced teaching
I have come to realize that being human IS developed via interactions and
attachments. Biological genetics must play into it but I have a hard time
believing that intersubjectivity is biological in nature.
Am I talking in circles or drowing in misunderstanding?
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