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[Xmca-l] Re: Peter Jones bookmarked a fascinating article by Craig Brandist on Academia.edu.



​Hi Larry --

I also recommend the article to which you point xmcaers. At an earlier
time, exploration of volkerpsychologie in seeking to understand
cultural-historical psychology origins was a living theme at LCHC. For
those who want to know more about this line of work, which remains relevant
as Larry notes, I recommend the special issue of the LCHC  Newsletter for
1990.  It does not substitute for the article Larry is pointing to. Rather,
it provides an account of volkepsycholgie within the context of
methodologies for the study of the role of culture in development.

It is available here.
http://lchc.ucsd.edu/Histarch/ja90v12n1.PDF

mike

On Sun, Sep 25, 2016 at 7:48 PM, <lpscholar2@gmail.com> wrote:

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> Today, I was alerted to a fascinating article that I believe may be
> interesting to others on this site. On the site academia.edu I *follow*
> Peter Jones and he bookmarked  this article written by Craig Brandist.  I
> downloaded this article and spent the day learning about the rise of Soviet
> Sociolinguistics from the ashes of Volkerpsychologie.
> As I was reading the article I was also reflecting on how
> volkerpsychologie also travelled to North America and influenced the
> Pragmatists.
> This article generates a context for the emergence of “objective
> psychology*  as a response to the *back and forth* of themes that are
> continuing to be explored  today.
> I recommend reading this paper.
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It is the dilemma of psychology to deal as a natural science with an object
that creates history. Ernst Boesch