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[Xmca-l] Re: John Shotter
That is very sad news, Lois.
John was a marvelous and modest scholar from whom we did and could
learn a lot.
There are some 480 entries of discussion involving John and his work
accesible via lchc.ucsd.edu if you use the google search and Shotter as the
search word. My eye fell on a paper by John about Wittgenstein and Vygotsky
that made me think of Larry's meditations and concerns.
Might someone curate those documents which seem to complement those
available at John's website? It would be a gift to the group for sure:
On Sun, Dec 18, 2016 at 10:58 AM, Lois Holzman <
> I wanted those here to know that John Shotter passed away a few weeks ago
> after a long illness. He was a lovely and brilliant person and a friend of
> mine and other XMCA-ers. You can click here <http://loisholzman.org/2016/
> 12/john-shotter-relational-becomings/> for a bit about and from John.
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