Re: [xmca] Once Again, Learning and Development!

From: Andy Blunden <ablunden who-is-at>
Date: Sat Jan 19 2008 - 18:02:24 PST

There is in every social formation a particular branch of production which
determines the position and importance of all the others, and the relations
obtaining in this branch accordingly determine the relations of all other
branches as well. It is as though light of a particular hue were cast upon
everything, tingeing all other colours and modifying their specific features.

Marx, <../../1859/critique-pol-economy/appx1.htm#p211>Preface to the
Critique of Political Economy (1859)

At 08:16 AM 19/01/2008 -0800, you wrote:
>... Actually, I'm not sure if this way of understanding what Vygotsky
>meant by central functions and peripheral functions is right at all. It's
>okay for learning, but it does seem too microgenetic to describe
>development, doesn't it? Perhaps the BEST thing to do is to take this back
>to XMCA and see what others think!
> David Kellogg
> Seoul National University of Education

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