The Nature of Social Reality.

Searle's theory of social reality is increasingly meeting with worldwide recognition, and is undoubtedly the most prominent theory of social ontology (at least in the post-analytical tradition), even if actual research in this domain is engaged in critical confrontation with it. Searle's a...

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Author / Creator:Givigliano, Alfredo.
Imprint:Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.
Description:1 online resource (234 pages)
Language:English
Subject:Sociology.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- General.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Regional Studies.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Sociology -- General.
Sociology.
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URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11305304
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Other authors / contributors:Fadda, Emanuele.
Cosenza, Giuseppe.
Stancati, Claudia.
ISBN:9781443869843
1443869848
1443847593
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Notes:Sources and boundaries of institutional and linguistic normativityan alternative perspective on language and social ontology; joint action and intentionality; perspectives; and yet there was some; the heteronomy of norms and the reality of society; from the past to the future; some conclusive remarks. social reality; glossary.
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Summary:Searle's theory of social reality is increasingly meeting with worldwide recognition, and is undoubtedly the most prominent theory of social ontology (at least in the post-analytical tradition), even if actual research in this domain is engaged in critical confrontation with it. Searle's approach continues to shape the debate, but his construction is more and more sharply dissected, both in its details and in its general assumptions. Furthermore, new perspectives, not rooted in the analytical ...
Other form:Print version: Givigliano, Alfredo. Nature of Social Reality. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ©2013 9781443847599
Standard no.:9781443847599
Table of Contents:
  • Table of contents; introduction; epistemological dimensions; outline for a social ontology; documentalità€ and intersubjectivity; the social ontology of scientific objects; norms, institutions, intentionality; normative dimensions of impossibility; acceptance, power and social ontology; disused norms; institutions without actions; rights and politics; the deconstruction of social ontology; social ontology and the concept of power; legal authority and practical reasoning; language; a formal approach to the ontology of social beliefs.