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[Xmca-l] Re: how to broaden/enliven the xmca discussion



My apologies, Martin - this is what comes of trying to catch up with a fascinating discussion without having enough time to read each post carefully (and sensitively) enough.

Rod
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Subject: [Xmca-l] Re: how to broaden/enliven the xmca discussion

Just to reduce confusion, I want to point out that it was Andy who provided this account of  Dmitry Leontiev's presentation at ISCAR, not me.  And I think Andy was rejecting the argument. In fact, if I understood correctly (there was a lot of irony in Andy's message!), D. Leontiev was both summarizing and criticizing a position that his father (A. N. Leontiev) had made.

Martin

On Oct 10, 2014, at 3:35 AM, Rod Parker-Rees <R.Parker-Rees@plymouth.ac.uk> wrote:

> I would challenge Martin's  account of Dmitry Leontiev's  argument that meaning is objectively fixed to 'what is' -  'irrespective of one's personal relation to it' - yes, znachenie - common sense or agreed meaning is more 'objective' than smysl but it is still socially constructed - meanings are agreed by dint of their common use (what people do 'as a rule') rather than because they reflect an absolute objectivity.


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