By Leslie Smith
Severe Readings on Piaget is a follow-up to Piaget: severe tests, a set of eighty-three papers facing the critique of Piaget's paintings in psychology, schooling and philosophy in the course of the interval 1950-90. This new assortment tracks advancements within the latest released paintings in the course of the interval 1990-95, with an quintessential advisor and editorial remark via Leslie Smith. This number of special experiences in this 5 12 months interval presents high-profile and interesting examples from present study during this quarter.
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Piaget thus adopted the three-part sequence of the infant’s reflex as the basic structure of goal-directed sensory-motor activity. He called it action scheme (schème4) and built on it, with the help of his concepts of assimilation and accommodation, a revolutionary learning theory. The student of Piaget’s writings, however, will not find this theory neatly formulated and described in any one place. g. Piaget 1937, 1945, 1967). As Bärbel Inhelder, Piaget’s constant and most important collaborator, remarked, “the notion of scheme has given and is still giving rise to different interpretations” (Inhelder and de Caprona 1992, p.
It is also what Claude Bernard described under the name of “guiding idea”. But let there be no misunderstanding. There is no metaphysics in this conception of evolution, as there was for the Greeks. There is no finality in the “guiding idea”, for a series of equilibria is not a collection of final causes, and when the system tends towards equilibrium, it does not pursue a goal. Now, if qualitative equilibrium is quite special and it Piaget’s first theory of equilibrium 13 differs from physical equilibria, it is nonetheless mechanical both from the ideal point of view and from the real one.
But it is precisely this kind of relationship that science has refused— perhaps not in reality, but by right. And this is why it is often arbitrary in 8 Jacques Vonèche the field of the living, be it organic life or psychological life. Now if, on the contrary, we introduce a positive theory of the quality, which only takes into account the relations of equilibrium and disequilibrium between our qualities, we have a life science founded on the ruins of metaphysics. Therefore, it is very important to go deeper into these premisses.
Critical Readings on Piaget by Leslie Smith