|Author:||Luigia Camaioni,Claudia de Lemos|
|Subcategory:||Words Language & Grammar|
|Publisher:||John Benjamins Publishing Company (January 1, 1985)|
|Other formats:||txt doc mbr doc|
Hermina Sinclair-De Zwart. 33. Chapter 2: Cognitive Development and Social Interaction. Piaget and the social development of intelligence. Egocentric illusion or capacity to decenter?: Towards a socio-psychological understanding of cognitive development. Felice Carugati, Paulo De Paolis and A. Palmonari.
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Questions on Social Explanation : Piagetian themes reconsidered. The various contributions to this volume converge on two themes
Questions on Social Explanation : Piagetian themes reconsidered. The various contributions to this volume converge on two themes.
Title: Pragmatics & beyond ; VI:4.
Questions on Social Explanation. Piagetian themes reconsidered. The second point of thematic convergence is the compatibility of genetic epistemology and psychoanalytic theory in view of the establishment of relationships between emotional and cognitive development.
Piaget, Jean, 1896-1980. Added Corporate Author: UniversitaÌ€ di Roma.
Social structure is a core concept in most social sciences, but it has never quite had this status in economics.
I provide a brief history of pragmatics as it relates to explanation, highlighting the great neglect of pragmatics and pragmatic considerations in regard to explanation during the mid-twentieth century. These thinkers provide crucial tools for understanding pragmatics, especially with regard to concepts such as context and exigence. Social structure is a core concept in most social sciences, but it has never quite had this status in economics.
de Lemos, C. T. G. (1981). In L. Camaioni & C. de Lemos (Ed.,Questions on social explanation: Piagetian themes reconsidered (pp. 23–31). Amsterdam: John Benjamin. Camara, J. M. (1986).