“Origins on CHAT: German Philosophy and Marx”: Andy Blunden
Talk given at the Monash Education Research Community, within the Department of Education at Monash University, by Andy Blunden on 20 April 2010.
The talk is the first of a two-part seminar for the International Course on Cultural Historical Activity Theory. It covers the contributions to this current of thought derived from Descartes, J G Herder, Goethe and Hegel. Part Two, deals with Marx. See marx.org/subject/philosophy/german.htm for readings, home.mira.net/~andy/works/origins-chat.htm for text of this talk and ethicalpolitics.org/chat/Genealogy-CHAT.htm for a diagram of the historical sources of CHAT more widely.
The second lecture in the series, this talk looks at Marx’s critique of Hegel and his appropriation of the concept of “Activity,” and covers a number of other issues in various writings of Karl Marx, highlighting the particular contribution to Cultural Historical Activity Theory that is to be gained in each case. See marx.org/archive/marx/works/sw/course/xmca.pdf for the texts covered in this talk.
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