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Re: [xmca] Re: Luria - New Vodka Old Bottle PDF
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Greg, I think that the answer is that these disciplines exist, but exist
alongside a myriad of other such specialised disciplines, contributing
to the fragmented image of the fragmented world we live in, which is
presented by academia. What Vygotsky and Luria and Leontyev were
offering was a General Psychology, as a foundation for a general,
*interdisciplinary* science of human life. Nothing wrong with
specialisation of course. Science is impossible without it. But
Psychology, as the founders of CHAT imagined it, was interdisciplinary,
I believe, rather than a discipline which defended its boundaries
against encroachment, and carved out a niche for itself.
Greg Thompson wrote:
What ever happened to Ethnographic Psychology or Experimental Anthropology?
In today's intellectual climate in Psychology and Anthropology, they feel
like oxymorons, or even impossibilities (and perhaps to some very
few, "cutting edge").
Seems like we're just going around in circles...
On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 4:34 PM, mike cole <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Here is a review I wrote some years ago about Luria's Nature of Human
Conflicts. It summarizes and provides illustrations of some of the issues
we have been discussing while introducing others.
Note that a few years ago, the book did appear in Russian based on
reconstruction of the original
manuscript by Victor Belopolsky. It is my impression that the book is
little known or appreciated in Russia but I might be mistaken.
For what its worth
On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 3:28 PM, mike cole <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi BJ-- I will get the article reviewing luria referred to in earlier
There is an attachment here. Call it, Cole Review of Nature of Human
Conflicts and put it under the Nature of Human Conflicts on the Luria
page and on the page "about" luria.
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From: Brittany Loy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 10:02 AM
Subject: Luria - New Vodka Old Bottle PDF
To: Mike Cole <email@example.com>
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