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“ Cultural-Historical Theory ” and “ Cultural-Historical School ” : From Myth ( Back ) to Reality *

@inproceedings{Keiler2012CT,
  title={“ Cultural-Historical Theory ” and “ Cultural-Historical School ” : From Myth ( Back ) to Reality *},
  author={Peter Keiler},
  year={2012}
}
Contrary to the common opinion, the label “cultural-historical theory [kul‟turno-istoricheskaia teoriia]” is no authentic designation for the conceptions elaborated by L.S. Vygotsky together with A.R. Luria, A.N. Leontiev, and a number of collaborators more between 1927/28 and 1931/32. Likewise, the denomination “cultural-historical school [kul‟turno-istoricheskaia shkola]” does not reflect the genuine selfconcept of the respective researchers. Rather, both designations originally were… 
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