The main aim of the study is to present symbolic action theory (SAT) of Swiss psychologist E.E. Boesch, and “late” (presented comprehensively in “The Culture of Education” in 1996) J. S. Bruners psychoculturalism as two perspectives having one aim - proposing a radical change in approach to understanding psychology: as antireductionistic transdiscipline named cultural psychology with its subject of interest - cultural being.
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AfiliacjaInstytut Psychologii; Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu Polska