By Guillermo Summers
¿Sabía usted que a John Walker le ardía l. a. cabeza de tanto pensar y que por eso inventó una cerilla a los angeles que también le ardía l. a. cabeza? ¿Sabía usted que allá por 1852 un tal Simpson (no el de l. a. tele) empezó a utilizar el cloroformo para dormir al own sin necesidad de ver l. a. tele? ¿Sabía usted que Benjamín Franklin period científico, moralista, impresor, editor, urbanista y político, pero que paradójicamente se hizo famoso por inventar tontamente el pararrayos jugando con una cometa? ¿Sabía usted que de cada a hundred inventores, 50 son l. a. mitad?
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On one occasion dur 3. MULTIMODAL REREPRESENTATIONS OF SELF 41 ing the month of November, Ruth read a folk tale to the class and asked the students to draw a picture in response to the story. Fatima began by drawing a house where the main character of the story lived. In drawing this house, Fatima took several minutes to meticulously draw intricate roof patterns (see Fig. 1). When Chris, during an informal interview on that same day, FIG. 1.
42). Bakhtin was also opposed to individualistic subjectivism—the idea that all aspects of language can be explained in terms of each individual speaker's voluntarist intentions. Although each of those views are characterized by the relations of self and others, abstract objectivism sees meaning as other dominant and completely originated outside the indi vidual, whereas in the philosophy of individualistic subjectivism it is the in dividual, the /, who controls the meaning—here, language originates completely inside the individual.