I don't quite follow you, but I respect your thoughts. Would you expand on this when you have a moment?
> The problem is, IMHO, that once we define the relevant structure as
> inter-individual and intra-individual, we have moved away from the
> insights which have given the CHAT tradition its great strength. This
> posing of the problem makes the individual the basic unit of analysis
> and discounts the existence of mediation (i.e. the "CH" part of CHAT)
> at a fundamental level. Personally, I think this is the wrong way to
> go to find a solution to the objectivist tendencies in CHAT.
> At 08:11 PM 31/10/2005 +0000, bb wrote:
> Further, subjectivity is a continuum of inter-individual to
> intra-individual processes (thus allowing for in-the-head processes
> such as memory and attention, as well across-the-heads processes
> such as communication?), supporting the claim that "This approach
> therefore helps to ascertain the agentive role of individual
> processes and of human subjectivity within a profoundly social,
> transactional, and object-related ontology of human life."
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