Interdisciplinary Theory of Activity
by Andy Blunden
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Theory of Activity
by Andy Blunden
In this volume, Andy
Blunden develops an original
analysis of Cultural Historical Activity Theory, the psychology
originating from Lev Vygotsky. Tracing the roots of this theory from
Goethe, Hegel, and Marx, the author draws out the
principles with which Vygotsky developed a theory of the mind
transcended the problems of the mind-body dualism.
follows the efforts of later members of the Vygotsky
to resolve outstanding problems in Vygotsky's work. This
a critical appropriation of Leontyev's Activity Theory. The outcome is
a concept of activity which transcends the division between individual
and social domains in human sciences.
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About the author: Andy
Blunden is a Melbourne,
Australia-based writer, and a member of the Independent Social Research
Network. Andy has been a Marxist since 1968 and began his study of
Hegel in 1980, later becoming involved with Cultural-Historical
Activity Theory. Andy initiated the annual Hegel Summer School in
Melbourne and the Hegel-by-HyperText web site in 1998. He retired from
Melbourne University in 2002.
by G.W.F. Hegel with a Foreword by Andy Blunden
Writings on the Semiotics of Modernity
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