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This paper argues that activity theory, specifically cultural historical activity theory (CHAT), has explored the concepts of mediation, tools, signs, and appropriation as a means to overcome the inherent dualism in Dewey’s theory of experience and learning.

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The Limits of Dewey’s Philosophy: Cultural Historical Activity Theory and Experience

This paper argues that activity theory, specifically cultural historical activity theory (CHAT), has explored the concepts of mediation, tools, signs, and appropriation as a means to overcome the inherent dualism in Dewey’s theory of experience and learning.