Individualism in Social Science: Forms and Limits of a Methodology

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Index
ability 189, 196, 206, 213, 217, 235
context specific 201
see alsoskills
absolute conception of the world 118, 208
see alsoGod's eye view of the world
abstract entity 44, 87, 175
object 80
individual, seeindividual
social entity, seesocial
see alsomaterial object
account rendered by the agent of his own situation 132, 133, 136, 141, 228, 233
Achinstein, P.11 n.
action:
causal theory of 134-9, 207, 209, 211
expressive 152, 247
intentionally meditated 133, 172
non-causal theory of 134-7, 140; 209, 210, 211
presupposes context 158, 159 n.
Agassi, J.2, 23 n., 43, 48 n., 176
agency 5, 9, 10, 126, 164-5
aggregates 80
akrasia 154
see alsoprecommitment
alienation 222
Analytical Marxists 1, 71 n.
Anderson, P.165
Anscombe, G. E. M.135 n.
anthropology 198, 216, 227, 247
Apel, K. O.175 n.
Arendt, H.190 n., 238 n.
Aristotle135
Aronson, J.105, 106 n.
art 173, 243, 244, 245
interpreting a work of 244
arthritis 199-200
atomism 5, 40-2, 202, 213
mental 41-2, 44
physical 41
social 5
Austin, J. L.111 n., 179 n.
authority of experts, seeexperts
of relevant others 222
autobiography 230
autonomous learner 214
autonomy 2, 4, 63
Ayer, A. J.29, 55
Bach, K.48 n., 152 n., 204
baraka 234, 235, 241
Becker, G. 56 n.
behavioural theory of learning 213-14
behaviourism 201 n., 217
beliefs 11-12, 42, 51, 87, 131-3, 171, 200, 211-12 n., 223, 224, passim
as attitudes with individually realized content 11, 133, 146, 171, 175
depend on language 77, 171, 196
eliminativist strategy towards 171, 224
interlocking system of 87, 144, 202-3, 223
lie not detached but rooted in practice 211-12
representational content of 171, 174
social 12, 196, 199-201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 218, 221, 224, 251
see alsodesire; intention
Berlin, I.3
Bernstein, R.92 n.
Bloch, M.238 n.
Bloor, D.198 n.
Borger, R.93, 94
Boudon, R.126 n., 127 n., 128 n., 129 n., 140 n., 153 n., 159 n., 160 n., 164 n.
brahmin 230
Bridgestock, M.25 n., 26, 69, 73
Brodbeck, M.28 n.
Bromberger 109
Brown, R.90 n., 91 n.
Bruner, J.208 n., 216 n.
Burte, T.199, 205 n.
calling 230
capital-labour relation 30, 222, 236
capitalism 29, 30, 91, 119
Carnap, R.29, 179 n.
Cartesian view of the mental 50, 208, 213
Cartwright, N.92 n., 96, 105, 108 n., 111 n.
caste 115, 230
causal chain 184, 191-2
deviant 138

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