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Searle on the Institutions of Social Reality: Extensions, Criticisms and Reconstructions (Economics and Sociology Thematic Issue) [Hardcover]

David Koepsell , Laurence S. Moss

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21 April 2003 1405112573 978-1405112574 1
John R. Searle’s 1995 publication The Construction of Social Reality is the foundation of this collection of scholarly papers examining Searle′s philosophical theories. The book works to reconstruct the ontology of the social sciences through an analysis of linguistic practices in the context of John Searle′s celebrated work on intentionality. The authors provide rich and varied critical appraisals of Searle′s original text. Reconstructs the ontology of the social sciences through an analysis of linguistic practices in the context of John Searle′s celebrated work on intentionality Authors provide rich and varied critical appraisals of Searle′s original text.

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"This book is a useful exposition of the difficulties that patents on human genes give rise to. Its focus on philosophical considerations adds depth to the debate, and it takes a novel perspective . . . A book that proposes that the model should be abolished should promote useful debate in the field." (The Journal of Biosocial Science, 2011)   --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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John R. Searle’s 1995 publication The Construction of Social Reality is the foundation of this collection of scholarly papers examining Searle′s philosophical theories. Searle’s book sets out to reconstruct the ontology of the social sciences through an analysis of linguistic practices in the context of his celebrated work on intentionality. His book provided a stimulating account of institutional facts such as money and marriage and how they are created and replicated in everyday social life. The authors in this collection provide a critical appraisal of these and other ideas presented in Searle’s original publication. The editors′ introduction clearly outlines the main issues in the debate and provides a useful introduction to Searle′s contributions to social science.

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