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Re: [xmca] Help? - Microgenesis, Microgenetic, Microgeny?

Thanks for sticking with this, David.

What is the significance of you introducing CENTRAL line of development
into the discussion of microgenesis? Only central lines develop? Non
central lines only involve learning?
airport innundated and heading home

On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 5:44 PM, Andy Blunden <ablunden@mira.net> wrote:

> **
> Ha,a ha! David you are always an educative and entertaining read, but
> anyone reading this would really be surprised that it is I and not you who
> want to be a Hegelian here. :) Despite my fascination with Hegel and his
> Philosophy of History, I do not actually believe that history can be
> logically deduced.
> But let's move on, heh? It seems we both came up with effectively the same
> answer to Mike's conundrum, frecalling the work you and I did under Mike's
> guidance a few years ago! Isn't life a puzzle!
> Andy
> kellogg wrote:
>    PS: Andy--try Googling Hoffding. You'll see that the passage on p. 81
> is actually more indebted to Hoffding than to Vygotsky's reading of the
> Philosophical Notebooks. But of course you are right; he did read the
> Philosophical Notebooks, and therefore it's quite unthinkable that he
> didn't read the Logic.
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