The Concept of the Scheme in the Activity-Theories of Ilyenkov and Piaget

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Määttänen , P 2015 , The Concept of the Scheme in the Activity-Theories of Ilyenkov and Piaget . in A Maidansky & V Oittinen (eds) , The Practical Essence of Man : The 'Activity Approach' in Late Soviet Philosophy . Historical Materialism , no. 108 , vol. 2015 , Brill , Leiden , pp. 154-166 . https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004273146_012

Title: The Concept of the Scheme in the Activity-Theories of Ilyenkov and Piaget
Author: Määttänen, Pentti
Other contributor: Maidansky, Andrey
Oittinen, Vesa
Contributor organization: Department of Philosophy, History and Art Studies
Publisher: Brill
Date: 2015
Language: eng
Number of pages: 11
Belongs to series: The Practical Essence of Man
Belongs to series: Historical Materialism
ISBN: 978-90-04-27313-9
978-90-04-27314-6
ISSN: 1570-1522
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004273146_012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/228179
Abstract: Evald Ilyenkov and Jean Piaget use the concept of the scheme in their theories of human mind. Scheme means for both of them general form or structure of action. Their conceptions have also at least partially common roots in the history of thought. There are also interesting connections between Ilyenkov’s and Piaget’s schematism and the pragmatism of Charles Peirce and John Dewey. The analysis of these views gives outlines for a theory of mind that is relevant also for contemporary debates in cognitive science. There is growing interest in theories of mind that don’t consider mind a property of the brain or even the body but a property of the concrete interaction between biological organisms and their environment.
Subject: 611 Philosophy
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