Science, Language, and the Human Condition

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Preface to the Revised Edition ix
  • Introduction xiii
  • Glossary xix
  • Science: Preliminary Considerations 1
  • The Problem of Circularity 3
  • Notes 11
  • Metatheoretical Considerations 12
  • Notes 17
  • Systems and the Scope of Theory 18
  • Meaning, Science, and Reality 24
  • Notes 46
  • Theory and Praxis 48
  • Notes 66
  • Realism and Assessment 67
  • Notes 82
  • Indeterminacy, Intentionality, and Consciousness 83
  • Notes 90
  • Antithetical Views of Language 91
  • Notes 93
  • Language, Reality, and Communication 95
  • Language Games 101
  • Notes 125
  • Deconstruction: An Alternative to Science 127
  • Notes 142
  • The Objectivity of the Realm of Values 145
  • Notes 147
  • The Good 149
  • Notes 170
  • General Theories of Ethics 172
  • Notes 190
  • An Approach to Ethics 191
  • Notes 213
  • The Social Sciences 215
  • The Marxian Heritage 217
  • Notes 235
  • The Spirit of Marx's Writing 237
  • Notes 260
  • A Contemporary Social Science: Economics 263
  • Notes 268
  • International Relations 269
  • Notes 272
  • Epilogue 273
  • Notes 278
  • Appendix I a Note on the Phenomenological Movement 279
  • Selected Bibliography 287
  • Appendix II Equilibrium and Self-Organizing Change 289
  • Notes 291
  • Index 293
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