Duality of Categories or Dialectical Concepts?

@article{Veresov2016DualityOC,
  title={Duality of Categories or Dialectical Concepts?},
  author={Nikolai Veresov},
  journal={Integrative psychological & behavioral science},
  year={2016},
  volume={50 2},
  pages={244-56}
}
The paper explores that CHT contains at least three dialectical concepts and principles; (1) development as drama (dialectical contradiction) and the principle of dramatic construction of the personality, (2) the concept of mediating activity and the principle of qualitative transition and reorganisation and (3) the concept of perezhivanie and the principle of refraction. Rethinking the status of "the social" creates opportunities to overcome a dualism of two groups of factors (biological and… CONTINUE READING

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