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Thought and Language

Thought and Language The study of thought and language as it pertains to psychology

  • Title: Thought and Language
  • Author: Lev S. Vygotsky
  • ISBN: 9780262720106
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • The study of thought and language as it pertains to psychology

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    1. At a conference I attended recently someone asked a rhetorical question – where is the next education theory that will replace Dewey or Vygotsky? I wonder how many people outside of education know that these two utterly dominate education theory? And, amusingly enough, the person most people know about as a child and educational psychologist, Piaget, didn’t even rate a mention…Thought and Language is regarded as Vygotsky’s most important work, and with good reason. This really is a fasci [...]

    2. Vygotsky is to Piaget as Wittgenstein is to St. Augustine.Puzzle over that one, why don't you?What is taken for granted in any system of thought is often the thing most in need of explanation. Piaget talked about the development of language, but took for granted many of the substructures that set the stage for language learning. Vygotsky effectively said of Piaget's work, "Yes, of course that's what children do but how are they doing it?"St. Augustine, meanwhile, espoused a view of language that [...]

    3. يبتدئ فيجوتسكي طرحه بنقد نظرية بياجيه وشترن قبل أن يفصل في نظريته حول الفكر والفكر اللفظي واللغة مركزًا على نمو هذه الجوانب لدى الأطفال وتطورها لديهم على وجه الخصوص وارتباطها ببعض الفروع اللغوية كدلالات الألفاظ وعلم الأصوات متناولًا إياها من عدة نواح كالذكاء ولغة الصم وال [...]

    4. This was one of the first books I read about linguistics. Little did I know when I first started reading it, Thought and Language, was to start a life-long passion for the subject. When I was teaching young children, every day was a chance to be in a linguistics lab This book is a wonderful way for anyone to start learning about theories of linguistics.

    5. I could tell you that I am done reading this, but as an education student, I will never be done reading this. This is a foundational text, and deserves to be so.

    6. Cuando estaba haciendo el profesorado en Ciencias Físicas, me tocó leer este libro como parte de una materia de psicología del aprendizaje. Siendo una persona proveniente de las ciencias fácticas no pensaba que las ciencias sociales tuvieran mucho que decirme, y de hecho la mayoría de los textos obligatorios escritos por los teóricos de las Ciencias de la Educación eran una suma de obviedades repetidas hasta el hartazgo, simplemente tomando un párrafo y parafraseando para decir lo mismo [...]

    7. Dense. Hard to read. But, the theory behind it seems good. I'll definitely have to re-read after I learn more about psychology.

    8. Stile di scrittura logico e lineare. Ho amato particolarmente gli esempi soprattutto quelli tratti dai libri e romanzi russi più famosi. La parte più interessante: la settima, in risposta agli studi di Piaget sul linguaggio egocentrico

    9. Obra esencial para quienes ahondan en la psicología genética.Junto con Jean Piaget es uno de losgrandes pensadores en esta materia. Por otra parte establece la relación entre el desarrollo de la inteligencia y el entorno cultural y social.

    10. ‘Thought and Language’ (Revised) the first few opening chapters are concerned with the problem of analyzing the relationship between both thought and speech. If we assume that what Vygotsky is looking at, in simple terms is the ‘Meaning of word’ or the ‘Word Meaning’, we can deduce that he is primarily interested in the study of semantics.He outlines in this book the problems with analyzing these component parts separately. He feels mainly that because they are interconnected they sh [...]

    11. How does one rank theory/research? This is a question I've been struggling with. While this is my least favorite form of reading, it is essential. Vygotsky's findings and theories are as relevant today as they were in 1934 when this text was first published. If only those making decisions about American public education would pick up this Russian psychologist and read his work I appreciated that Vygotsky took the various psychological schools, gave a brief history, and then explained their short [...]

    12. It's all there language use by primates by language-delayed children, critique of Piaget, Tolstoy's views of education, the co-evolution of thought and language. And yes, zones of proximal development is mentioned. But it's such a small part, I'm surprised that it is what is mainly highlited. This was very easy to read because it came quickly to the conclusions. However, I would like easier access to the research that lay behind the conclusions. A very worthwhile read.

    13. The most important application of Vygotsky's theory to education is in his concept of a zone of proximal development. This concept is important because teachers can use it as a guide to a child's development. It allows a teacher to know what a student is able to achieve through the use of a mediator and thus enables the teacher to help the child attain that level by themselves.

    14. Vygotsky deconstructs Piaget, shows knowledge about Montessori and presents us with theories that took too long to solidify in the western world. The last chapter goes from Tolstoi, to Gogol, to Dostoievsky Brilliant from a linguistic pov.

    15. really theoretical, technical psychological analysis of the relation between thought and language i honestly don't have huge desires to finish it:(

    16. holy cow! if you want to get really theoretical about language acqusition read this. it is all about how thought and language come into being in people and how they are related. neat!

    17. If you want to learn more about how language develops, you might as well read it from the guru. He writes like C.S. Lewis, so it takes a while to digest.

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