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[Xmca-l] Shpet & principium cognescenti
There seems to be a clear parallel between Vygotsky's use of the
formulation "in itself, for others, for itself" and Shpet's referencing
theological principium cognescenti which according to my brief browsing are
principium essendi, principium cognoscendi externum, principium cognoscendi
Is anyone here familiar with the etymology of these principles and their
bearing on Vygotsky's work? Is there more than a superficial resemblance?