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Re: [xmca] The Interpersonal Is Not the Sociocultural
Here is the link. Clicking this should download the file as a PDF. At least, it works for me.
On Apr 2, 2010, at 5:08 PM, Larry Purss wrote:
> Martin you mention you recently scanned a large file that deals with emotions [from 1989] and links it to sociocultural theory.
> It did not come through on my computer.
> Could you please send again. I appeciate how you bring in Heidegger, Garfinkel, and others to engage a constructivist and sociocultural dialogue.
> Being [as-was] and becoming [as-if] within HISTORICAL frameworks is an approach I want to explore.
> Learning as acquiring knowledge is central to the mission of schooling but your emphasizing the ontological realm of sociocultural theory and the historical roots BEFORE Vygotsky is "knowledge" I want to aquire in order to locate Vygotsky in this larger theme of social recognition, tension, and forming identity.
> I sense that your approach will help link my other interests in relational psychoanalysis and "attachment theory" with these broader historical themes.
> Thanks Martin
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