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Re: [xmca] Help with LSV and Heinz Werner links?
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- Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 11:43:23 -0700
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The expert on Werner and Vygotsky is Joseph Glick who is cc'ed on this
Werner is cited in Eisentshtein's writings (incorrect identification by
Leyda, the editor!) in
connection with the case study of the mnemonist written about later by
Luria. (Eisenshtein, LSV, and Luria appeared to interact a lot). Joe has at
least one article in American Psychologist on this topic.
On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 1:30 AM, Huw Lloyd <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> On 17 October 2012 08:05, Greg Thompson <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I just want to make sure I've tapped this Extended Mind with regard to
> > question of whether there is direct evidence of a connection between
> > Vygotsky and Werner?
> > They seem to me like "birds of a feather" (both were interested in art,
> > aesthetic experience, pedology, defectology, genetic method /
> > psych) but I'm just wondering whether they ever "flocked together."
> > Despite the significant overlap, I can imagine them not having met or
> > of each other (Vygotsky seems more familiar with the Berlin school than
> > Leipzig school, but that is from my very limited knowledge of his
> > work). But I'm just wondering if there are any interesting connections
> > I should know about, or any leads that might help me to figure this out?
> > Any help is appreciated.
> Kozulin mentions their referencing/knowing of each others work in "A
> Biography of Ideas" (p.118, p.166).
> Of further interest, what does "to meet" mean?
> > Thanks,
> > greg
> > p.s. this is for the paper I'm giving at the SCT/SLL annual gathering. I
> > promise to cite my sources (i.e. you) appropriately!
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