[xmca] reply to adams, aizawa paper

From: <ERIC.RAMBERG who-is-at spps.org>
Date: Thu Dec 06 2007 - 07:13:03 PST

It is so interesting to me that this area of research holds within its
realm references beyond the work of CHAT and socio-cultural study. The
thesis adams and aizawa present is grounded in positivist thinking and only
relates merely to a subject-object world. Dialectic relations are ignored
and their argument states nothing of culture or contextual boundaries. In
my view it is a very short-sighted work. Here is a web address for a reply
to the paper:


However, in this rebuttal there is no mention of cultural contexts either.

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