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Anuario de investigaciones

versión On-line ISSN 1851-1686

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CASTORINA, José Antonio; TOSCANO, Ana Gracia; LOMBARDO, Enrique  y  KARABELNICOFF, Daniel. Culture, diversity and common sense: The relation between social representation and the Vigostskian's thought. Anu. investig. [online]. 2006, vol.13, pp. 143-153. ISSN 1851-1686.

The production of social knowledge presents a number of uncertainties due to the theoretical distance between its diverse conceptual contributions. Such is the case of Vigotsky and Moscovici. Both authors share socialization of psychological life. This article addresses the heritage of Durkheim's thinking in the above theories. The Vigostskian perspective recognizes the presence of the concept of collective representation, as well as the absence of a theoretical meaning context comprehensión. Reading of the work of Lévy-Bruhl may place it as mediator in such transmition. Both perspectives present a commonalities and differences about: the dualist look that is present in Durkheim regarding the relationship between individual and society, now to interpret the concept of Culture and the place from which each author understands common sense in its relationship to scientific knowledge.

Palabras llave : Collective representation; Social representation; Sociohistorical theory.

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