Inquiry into Inquiries: Essays in Social Theory

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Arthur F. Bentley: A Bentley: A Bibliography
BOOKS
The Condition of the Western Farmer as Illustrated by the Economic History of a Nebraska Township, Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, Eleventh Series, Nos. VII-VIII. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, July- August 1893. 92 pp.
The process of Government: A Study of Social Pressures. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1908. 501 pp. Second Edition, Bloomington, Indiana: The Principia Press, 1949.
Relativity in Man and Society. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1926, 363 pp.
Linguistic Analysis of Mathematics. Bloomington, Indiana: The Principia Press, 1932. 315 pp.
Behavior, Knowledge, Fact. Bloomington, Indiana: The Principia Press, 1935. 391 pp.
(with John Dewey) Knowing and the Known. Boston: The Beacon Press, 1949. 334 pp.
Inquiry into Inquiries: Essays in Social Theory. Boston: The Beacon Press, 1954. 365 pp.
ARTICLES
"The Units of Investigation in the Social Sciences," Publications of The American Academy of Political and Social Science, No. 149, June 18, 1895, pp. 87-113
"Remarks on Method in the Study of Society," American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 32, November 1926, pp. 456-60.
"A Sociological Critique of Behaviorism," Archiv für systematiche Philosphie und Soziologie, Bd. 31, Heft 3/4, 1928, pp. 334-40.
"L'individuel et le social: les termes et les faits," Revue Internationale de Sociologie, Vol. 36, March-June 1929, pp. 243-70.
"New Ways and Old to Talk About Men," The Sociological Review ( London), Vol. 26. October 1929, pp. 300-14.
"Sociology and Mathematics I & II," The Sociological Review, Vol. 23, July, October 1931, pp. 85-107, 149-72.
"The Linguistic Structure of Mathematical Consistency," Psyche, Vol. 12, January 1932, pp. 78-91.
"The Positive and the Logical," Philosophy of Science, Vol. 3, October 1936, pp. 472-85.
"Physicists and Fairies," Philosophy of Science, Vol. 5, April 1938, pp. 132-65.
"Situational vs. Psychological Theories of Behavior: Sights-seen as Material of knowledge Situational Treatment of Behavior Postulation for Behavioral Inquiry."

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