Folllowing up this thread, I´d love to suggest to discuss in the near
future some papers on language and thought, by recent naturalistic
thinkers (by naturalistic I meant evolutionary). I think that they
constitute one of the fronts where a culturalist approach is needed as
a counterpart. I saw some of this in Mike review of the Wynn´s studies,
but I´d love to see more.
On the other hand, what is XMCA and what is not XMCA? I always say this
list as a converging path to culturally grounded researchers.
Quoting Mike Cole <email@example.com>:
> I have been reflecting on the issue, Eugene. An interesting starting
> is Jean Lave's Cognition in Practice. For many years Jean did not use
> term culture. On purpose. But then, in her book with Dorothy
> culture reappears.
> I agree that it would be good see the convergences of, or at least
> between adjacent discourse groups. I believe that discussion of key
> of people we would like to be in discourse with might provide
> for intermingling. As you can see, I am seeking to promote the
> of articles of interest to varying groups within xmca, whether or not
> person is in xmca.
> What is needed is the cultural norm of suggesting articles for
> as Nancy has done. Don Cunningham would see me as suggesting that
> operates as a rhyzhome -- not entirely, but it provides an object
> organizes the goals of its members. Whoever they might be.
> Volunteers for organizing such activities welcome!
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