Studies in social theory

Alfred Schutz ; edited and introduced by Arvid Brodersen

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  • I / Pure Theory.- The Social World and the Theory of Social Action.- The Dimensions of The Social World.- I. Introduction.- II. Social Reality within Reach of Direct Experience.- 1. The face-to-face situation and the "pure" we-relation.- 2. Social relations in the face-to-face situation.- 3. Direct observations.- III. The World of Contemporaries as a Structure of Typifications.- 1. The transition from direct to indirect experience of social reality.- 2. The contemporary as an ideal type and the they-relation.- 3. The strata of anonymity in the world of contemporaries.- 4. Social relations between contemporaries.- IV. The World of Predecessors and the Problem of History.- V. Glossary.- The Problem of Rationality in the Social World.- II / Applied Theory.- The Stranger: An Essay in Social Psychology.- The Homecomer.- The Well-Informed Citizen: An Essay on the Social Distribution of Knowledge.- Don Quixote and the Problem of Reality.- Making Music Together: A Study in Social Relationship.- Mozart and the Philosophers.- Santayana on Society and Government.- Equality and the Meaning Structure of the Social World.- I. Introduction.- II. The Social World as Taken for Granted and Its Structurization.- III. The Concept of Equality and the Structure of Relevance.- IV. The Various Interpretations of the World Taken for Granted.- 1. The self-interpretation of the world taken for granted by the in-group.- 2. The out-group's interpretation of the world taken for granted by the in-group.- 3. Interpretation of the order of relevances by the social scientist.- 4. Interpretation of the order of relevance from a philosophical, mythical, or theological basic position.- V. Subjective and Objective Interpretation.- A. Subjective and objective meaning of the concept "social group".- 1. Subjective meaning of group membership.- 2. Objective meaning of group membership.- B. Subjective and objective meaning of equality.- 1. Subjective and objective constitution of homogeneous domains of relevance.- 2. Discrimination and minority rights, subjectively and objectively interpreted.- 3. The order of domains of relevances, subjectively and objectively interpreted.- 4. Equality aimed-at and equality to-be-granted.- C. Subjective and objective meaning of equal opportunity.- Some Equivocations in the Notion of Responsibility.- Tiresias, or Our Knowledge of Future Events.

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  • I / Pure Theory.- The Social World and the Theory of Social Action.- The Dimensions of The Social World.- I. Introduction.- II. Social Reality within Reach of Direct Experience.- 1. The face-to-face situation and the "pure" we-relation.- 2. Social relations in the face-to-face situation.- 3. Direct observations.- III. The World of Contemporaries as a Structure of Typifications.- 1. The transition from direct to indirect experience of social reality.- 2. The contemporary as an ideal type and the they-relation.- 3. The strata of anonymity in the world of contemporaries.- 4. Social relations between contemporaries.- IV. The World of Predecessors and the Problem of History.- V. Glossary.- The Problem of Rationality in the Social World.- II / Applied Theory.- The Stranger: An Essay in Social Psychology.- The Homecomer.- The Well-Informed Citizen: An Essay on the Social Distribution of Knowledge.- Don Quixote and the Problem of Reality.- Making Music Together: A Study in Social Relationship.- Mozart and the Philosophers.- Santayana on Society and Government.- Equality and the Meaning Structure of the Social World.- I. Introduction.- II. The Social World as Taken for Granted and Its Structurization.- III. The Concept of Equality and the Structure of Relevance.- IV. The Various Interpretations of the World Taken for Granted.- 1. The self-interpretation of the world taken for granted by the in-group.- 2. The out-group's interpretation of the world taken for granted by the in-group.- 3. Interpretation of the order of relevances by the social scientist.- 4. Interpretation of the order of relevance from a philosophical, mythical, or theological basic position.- V. Subjective and Objective Interpretation.- A. Subjective and objective meaning of the concept "social group".- 1. Subjective meaning of group membership.- 2. Objective meaning of group membership.- B. Subjective and objective meaning of equality.- 1. Subjective and objective constitution of homogeneous domains of relevance.- 2. Discrimination and minority rights, subjectively and objectively interpreted.- 3. The order of domains of relevances, subjectively and objectively interpreted.- 4. Equality aimed-at and equality to-be-granted.- C. Subjective and objective meaning of equal opportunity.- Some Equivocations in the Notion of Responsibility.- Tiresias, or Our Knowledge of Future Events.

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書名 Studies in social theory
著作者等 Brodersen, Arvid
Schutz, Alfred
Brodersen A.
Schutz A.
Schutz Alfred
シリーズ名 Phaenomenologica
出版元 Martinus Nijhoff
刊行年月 1976
版表示 Photomechanical reprint
ページ数 xv, 300 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9024702488
9789401013420
NCID BA0081219X
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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