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[Xmca-l] Re: Identity through "experiential texts": Poems and WorksofArt??

It is very helpful to have those 10 pictures, Larry. I was having trouble
following the conversation until
they appeared.

I will be interested in hearing your thoughts on "perrezhivanie" and
"social situation of development".
Both contested categories. I attach notice of an upcoming MCA issue on this
topic. It is hitting your screen already at the MCA webite. Presciently
entitled "the pervasiveness of perezhivanie"!!

I'll pass for now on discussion of the politics of  the moment. I think
that your suggestion of *Liquid Modernity *in this connection was
particularly useful, at least for me.

Today a TV stereotypic family of four seen at a table waiting for their
food at a restaurant can all be seen interacting with their social worlds
through their smart phones. I think we are in for liquid emergences of new
categories of the social.


On Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 6:38 PM, Lplarry <lpscholar2@gmail.com> wrote:

> Greg, and Rein,
> Yes, I was referencing these 10 frames, and the transformative journeys
> into dissolutions (in contrast to dispossessions) of *self* and in the
> final frame to be in the *same* place but this place is radically altered.
> Gesturing to perezhivanie there is a dialogue that may develop between the
> notion of no/thing (no essential *thing*) and the notion of *situation of
> development*.
> Rein,
> Thank you for the links to explore differing ways of *interpreting* the 10
> oxcart frames.
> I also want to acknowledge Mike’s reference to Trump.
> Watching the Democratic Convention, they referenced Trump in relation to
> fascist *qualities*. This is not hyperbole.
> Also thinking of Eric Fromm, and the Frankfurt School exploring the
> Authoritarian personality.
> Zygmunt Bauman in conversation with Rein is exploring the radical
> alternative to the Authoritarian Personality.
>  I would recommend reading the opening chapter (free on Kindle or Google
> Books).
> The recognition that the history of modernity includes the history of the
> modern *self* with definite *qualities*.
> A central aspect of the modern *self* is how this *self* is forming
> within  the volatile situation of dispossession. (capitalism breeds
> volatile dispossession)
> This leads to what Zygmunt refers to as *liquid modernity* emerging from
> *solid or rigid modernity*.
> I question, when does *dissolution* of *self*  as a virtue become
> *dispossession* of *self* (and place) leading to authoritarian dreams of
> control and building walls.
> This election in the USA is a hinge moment and there is a significant
> difference between Donald and Hillary.
> The slogan “ we must keep hope alive” is *true*
> Sent from my Windows 10 phone
> From: Greg Thompson


It is the dilemma of psychology to deal as a natural science with an object
that creates history. Ernst Boesch

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