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Re: [xmca] Help with LSV and Heinz Werner links?

Jonas and I were classmates. Piaget. was in the intellectual mix, as was Vygotsky/Luria/ and many others from both Leipsig and Berlin traditions. Co- interest in body/perception relation (sensory-tonic field theory) and developmental form (the Orthogenetic Principle). David Rappaport (at Austin Riggs) in contact as well. Bruner in contact as was Kurt Goldstein. Exciting times. Lewin came into play later for us
And mainly in life-space/topological terms) For me Aristotelian and Gallileoan Modes came later, as a help to more deeply understanding the Orrhogenetic principle and what it might mean in research terms.  (As less structural and more analytically - analysis into units as opposed to units of analysis).

More when I'm not nearly asleep. If anyone is interested.

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On Oct 20, 2012, at 12:28 AM, Martin Packer <packer@duq.edu> wrote:

> Joe,
> I was taught Piaget by Jonas Langer, who studied with Werner (& Kaplan?) - so I find this very interesting. I think others too would be interested in hearing more about the Aristotelian and Gallilean modes, a topic that came up here a few months ago.
> Martin
> On Oct 18, 2012, at 11:54 AM, Joe wrote:
>> Hope this isn't too tangential (I stopped at including Lewin's Aristotelian and Gallilean modes of thought (a not unimportant backdrop to this line of thinking).
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