RE: [xmca] Help with article

From: lcclarke (
Date: Fri Aug 26 2005 - 00:42:12 PDT

Hi Phil & Ini,

In a way Phil, the loss of your hard drive served a greater good for a
number of us in the XCMA network. It is quite possible that I would not
have had the opportunity to read this excellent review of paradigms by
Wardekker (that is indeed germane to current discussion on
method/methodology) if you did not have this unfortunate experience.
Life, living and experience are truly interesting! The problem is that
we are not always able to see all aspects of it to evaluate the overall
impact. This is a good example that even a negative experience in our
lives such as the loss of a hard drive can serve as a positive
experience (blessing maybe) to others in our sphere.

Cheers all!


Leroy C. Clarke
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the
University of Toronto
Department of Curriculum, Teaching & Learning
11th Floor, 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto
ON, Canada, M5S 1V6

-----Original Message-----
From: []
On Behalf Of Ini Haket
Sent: August 25, 2005 10:56 AM
To: eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity
Subject: Re: [xmca] Help with article

Hi Phil,

Here's the article.


On 25 Aug 2005 at 21:10, Phil Chappell wrote:

> Could someone please help out and send me an electronic copy of the
> following article, which I lost when I had a hard drive crash a couple

> of years ago. Regretfully my subscription is now lapsed.
> Thanks kindly,
> Phil
> Wardekker, W. L., (2000) Criteria for the Quality of Inquiry, Mind,
> Culture and Activity, 7(4)
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