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Author: Jussi Kotkavirta,Heikki Ikaheimo,Eerik Lagerspetz
ISBN: 951390704X
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 231 pages
Publisher SoPhi Academic Press (June 1, 2003)
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by Jussi Kotkavirta,Heikki Ikaheimo,Eerik Lagerspetz


PDF What is the nature of the social reality? How do the major social institutions like money and law exist? . It contains a summary of some of the themes in my book The Construction of Social Reality and continues the line of argument I presented there.

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Near East University (NEU) Grand Library is open 24 hours. On the nature of social and institutional reality, - Eerik Lagerspetz, Heikki Ikaheimo and Jussi Kotkavirta - - Social ontology and the philosophy of society, - John R. Searle - - Social rules as plural subject phenomena, - Margaret Gilbert - - On the existence of institutions, - Eerik Lagerspetz - - Collective acceptance and social reality, - Raimo Tuomela - - On the limits of construction and.

What is the nature of the social reality? . It includes new and thought-provoking articles by John Searle, Margaret Gilbert, Ota Weinberg, Raimo Tuomela, Eerik Lagerspetz, Michael Quante, Maria Cristina Redondo and Paolo Comanducci.

What is the nature of the social reality? How do the major social institutions like money and law exist? What are the limits of oriented social theories? These and related problems are intensely discussed in philosophy, in legal theory and in the methodology of social sciences.

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H Ikaheimo, A Laitinen, M Quante. Axel Honneth: Sozialphilosophie zwischen Kritik und Anerkennung. Making the best of what we are: Recognition as an ontological and ethical Concept. The philosophy of recognition: Historical and contemporary perspectives, 319-342, 2010. Pathologies of recognition: an introduction. A Laitinen, A Särkelä, H Ikäheimo. Studies in Social and Political Thought 25, 2015. 01. Conceptualizing Causes for Lack of Recognition: Capacities, Costs and Understanding.

Ikaheimo H; Lagerspetz E; Kotkavirta E, (ed., 2001, On the Nature of Social and Institutional Reality, Sophi .

Heikki Ikaheimo and Arto Laitinen Robert B. Brandom is Distinguished Service Professor of Philosophy and a. Brandom is Distinguished Service Professor of Philosophy and a fellow of the Center for the Philosophy of Science, at the University of Pitts- burgh, as well as a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. publications include d Intersubjectivity (2000)' O n the Nature of Social and Institutional Reality (ed. with Eerik Lagerspetz and Jussi Kotkavirta, xii Notes on Contributors Notes on Contributors xiii.

What is the nature of the social reality? How do the major social institutions like money and law exist? What are the limits of individualistically-oriented social theories? These and related problems are intensely discussed in philosophy, in legal theory and in the methodology of social sciences. This collection brings together the different traditions of the contemporary discussions. It includes new and thought-provoking articles by John Searle, Margaret Gilbert, Ota Weinberg, Raimo Tuomela, Eerik Lagerspetz, Michael Quante, Maria Cristina Redondo and Paolo Comanducci.