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[Xmca-l] Re: units of analysis? LSV versus ANL
On 18 October 2014 01:40, Martin John Packer <email@example.com>
> Who says that emotional experience is "subjective," Huw? LSV writes
> throughout The Problem of the Environment that perezhivanie is the child's
> relationship to social reality. In my book that makes it personal, not
> subjective. The word "subjective" doesn't occur once in the text. It is
> certainly a common assumption in today's dualistic psychology that
> experience is subjective, a mental state.That would indeed be idealist.
> But since LSV is avoiding dualism...
True. But if you make experience the causal link between forms of social
practice and psychological forms and you then locate experience within the
individual (no matter how objective) you are on the same problematic path.
If you state that experience and the environment are "one" and unmediated
by anything else the person contributes AND you state that there is a
single world you have a dualistic problem.
> On Oct 17, 2014, at 7:19 PM, Huw Lloyd <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Because to base the development on subjective emotional
> > experience is idealistic.