Theory of Subjectivity from a Cultural Historical Standpoint

Theory of Subjectivity from a Cultural Historical Standpoint
Author : Daniel Magalhães Goulart
Publisher : Springer Nature
Total Pages : 269
Release : 2021-07-16
ISBN 10 : 9789811614170
ISBN 13 : 9811614172
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Theory of Subjectivity from a Cultural Historical Standpoint Book Description:

This book examines key ideas related to the Theory of Subjectivity within a cultural-historical approach. It brings together the intellectual contributions made by Professor Fernando González Rey (1949–2019) towards understanding human subjectivity, and emphasizing their unfolding in different fields and contexts. The book addresses the genesis and development of González Rey’s work, articulating this discussion with the author’s biography. González Rey’s main scientific contribution is the Theory of Subjectivity in a cultural-historical perspective, which is inseparable from Qualitative Epistemology and from its constructive-interpretive methodological expression. The book presents and discusses González Rey’s contributions to different contexts and fields, such as psychological research, education, cultural-historical psychology, human development, motivation, human health and psychotherapy. This book brings together examples of how these ideas have been employed and developed in different fields and contexts.


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