Actual Minds, Possible Worlds (The Jerusalem-Harvard Lectures)
by Jerome Bruner (Author)
Actual Minds, Possible Worlds
|.||from Intro Pages:|
|"Piaget is inconceivable without Kant, Vygotsky with- out Hegel and Marx, and the once towering bastion of "learn- ing theory" was constructed on foundations laid by John"|
|from Back Matter:|
|"then concludes by restor- ing the original problematic state. Closure would then be a restatement of some dynamic, perhaps spiralling cycle of trans- formation"|
|1.||on Page 3:|
|"... 1 Approaching the Literary Czeslaw Milosz begins his Charles Eliot Norton Lectures, delivered at Harvard in 1981-82, with a comment that is both emblem and warning: ...|
... This is not a good sign, even if it may be explained both by the brilliance of their authors and by their zeal in assimilating scientific ..."
|2.||on Page 23:|
|"... James's sense, contains gaps, or where there is a difficult distance between the two. A good case in point is Eliot's lines|
I should have been a pair of ragged claws,
Scuttling across the floors of silent sea."