The social Philosophy of Harré as a Philosophy of Culture

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The chapter reconstructs main features of Harré´s social philosophy in order to present this as a philosophy of culture. The reconstruction involves features of Harré´s natural philosophy. It shows how key notions in Harré, such as the sense of self and grammar, relate to a cultural understanding of the individuality of people. Finally, the chapter explain the sense in which Harré s social philosophy expresses a “critique of culture”
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Second Cognitive Revolution. : A Tribute to Rom Harré
EditorsBo Allesøe Christensen
Number of pages10
Place of publicationBerlin-New York
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 3 Jan 2019

    Research areas

  • People, individuality, agency, cultural critique, Wittgenstein, Vigotsky

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