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Mundane Reason: Reality in Everyday and Sociological Discourse Paperback – 10 Jun 2010


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Sociology and common sense both assume that there is an objective world that exists independently of the knower and that is accessible to competent perceivers. This assumption forms the basis of 'mundane reason'. As self-evident as this may appear, in this book the author shows that it is in fact historically emergent, culturally contingent and situationally constructed.


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