Well, I posted a couple of places for people to see the Michotte
phenomenon and the Heider-Simmel one (not very accurate, but it
will do). What do EITHER of these examples have to do with co-authoring?
Don't the phenomena simply call forth the corresponding psychological
process in the "the subect."
PS-- I was hoping someone would find us a ready summary of Danzinger's
argument about how the invention of "scientific psychology" involved
a transformation of the role/notion of subject with obvious relevance
for co-authoring. After all, if xmca is not co-authored, what's the point?
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