Solidarity and Responsibility, Ontologically (Categorically)

@article{Roth2009SolidarityAR,
  title={Solidarity and Responsibility, Ontologically (Categorically)},
  author={Wolff-Michael Roth},
  journal={Mind, Culture, and Activity},
  year={2009},
  volume={16},
  pages={105 - 116}
}
In this editorial I provide a sketch of how we may ground policy change in education differently, in a way that constitutes a rethinking of the very foundations of what educators take for granted. I do so, unapologetically, within a framework that is viable in the sense of cultural history. That is, one cannot pose the subject of knowing as a cogitating “I” unless this “I” itself has been allowed to emerge from preconscious (pre-) human life forms in radical givenness—the first human beings in… Expand