G.H. Mead: A Contemporary Re-Examination of His Thought
MIT Press, 1997 - 268 pagina's
"There is no doubt whatsoever in my mind that Hans Joas's analysis of the theories and ideas of G. H. Mead is the best ever written on the subject."
-- David R. Maines, "American Journal of Sociology"
"This book is must' reading for all who intend to use Mead seriously."
Joas's revisionist portrait of Mead as a socially engaged intellectual, with its emphasis on his relevance for contemporary philosophy and social science, has been a key factor in the revival of interest in Mead. The author's new preface includes an update on pragmatism studies in general and on Mead studies in particular.
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The Development of a Radically Democratic
Meads Position in Intellectual History and
The Definition of the Psychical
The Origin of the Concept of Symbolic Interaction
Constitution of the Physical Object and RoleTaking
Temporality and Intersubjectivity
Scientific Progress and Social Progress