Re: [xmca] Syllogism and interlanguage: Some definitions

From: Andy Blunden <ablunden who-is-at>
Date: Sat Dec 29 2007 - 15:27:03 PST

Thank you David, that is nice.
At 08:55 AM 29/12/2007 -0800, you wrote:
> Andy's paper really provides a way out of this impasse. Like Leontiev,
> he makes the subject porous, so that it imbibes from processes and
> objects just as processes and objects imbibe influences from subjects.
> But unlike Leontiev, he shows that there is a largely unfilled gap
> between individual subjects and vast, super-individual subjects which we
> need to step in and fill if we want processes and objects to imbibe
> anything other than the paltry influences of individual subjects or the
> massively corporatist influences of states and multinationals. To me, the
> classroom is a good place to start, despite everything and because of
> everything.
> David Kellogg
> Seoul National University of Education

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