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Rules and meanings : the anthropology of everyday knowledge / [selected readings edited by] Mary Douglas.

المساهم (المساهمين):Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007.
نوع المادة : نصنصالسلاسل:Douglas, Mary, Works: v. 4.الناشر:London ; New York : Routledge, [2003]تاريخ حقوق النشر: ©1973الوصف:319 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.نوع المحتوى:text نوع الوسائط: unmediated نوع الناقل:volumeردمك:9780415488501; 0415488508; 0415291070 (hbk.); 9780415291071 (hbk.); 0415283973 (set).عنوان آخر: Anthropology of everyday knowledge.الموضوع(موضوعات):Knowledge, Sociology of | Meaning (Philosophy) | Moral conditions
المحتويات:
Cover; MARY DOUGLAS; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Part One Tacit Conventions; 1 L. Wittgenstein (1921) Understanding Depends on Tacit Conventions; 2 A. Schutz (1953 and 1954) The Frame of Unquestioned Constructs; 3 H. Garfinkel (1967) Background Expectancies; 4 E.E. Evans-Pritchard (1937) For Example, Witchcraft; Part Two The Logical Basis of Constructed Reality; 5 L. Wittgenstein (1921) The World is Constructed on a Logical Scaffolding; 6 E. Durkheim and M. Mauss (1903) The Social Genesis of Logical Operations.
7 E.E. Evans-Pritchard (1949) 'Where the Women are, the Cattle are not'8 J.C. Faris (1968) 'Occasions' and' Non-Occasions'; 9 E. Husserl (1929 and 1907) The Essence of Redness; 10 G. Lienhardt (1961) Configurations of Colour Structure the Diverse Field of Experience; Part Three Orientations in Time and Space; 11 E. Husserl (1905) Lived Experiences of Time; 12 E.E. Evans-Pritchard (1940) Time is not a Continuum; 13 J.A. Roth (1963) Benchmarks; 14 H. Garfinkel (1967) Time Structures the Biography and Prospects of a Situation; 15 J. Cage (1968) Musical Time and Other Time.
16 M.L.J. Abercrombie (1971) Face to Face17 L. Marshall (1960) Each Side of the Fire; 18 P. Bourdieu (1971) The Berber House; 19 P. Gidal (1971) Eight Hours or Three Minutes; Part Four Physical Nature Assigned to Classes and Held to Them by Rules; 20 Mr Justice Ormrod (1971) Sex; 21 R. Hertz (1909) The Hands; 22 F. Steiner (1956) The Head; 23 Mrs Humphry (1897) The Laugh; 24 S.J. Tambiah (1969) Classification of Animals in Thailand; 25 R. Bulmer (1967) Why the Cassowary is not a Bird; Part Five The limits of Knowledge; 26 E. Husserl (1907) The Possibility of Cognition.
27 L. Wittgenstein (1921) The Limits of my Language mean the Limits of my World28 B. Bernstein (1971) The Limits of my Language are Social; Part Six Interpenetration of Meanings; 29 D.R. Venables and R.E. Clifford (1957) Academic Dress; 30 T. Wolfe (1968) Shiny Black Shoes; 31 L. Wittgenstein (1938) Wittgenstein's Tailor; 32 Anon (1872) Etiquette: Dinner Party; 33 L.G. Allen (1915) Etiquette: Table; 34 A. Fortescue and J. O'Connell (1943) Etiquette: Altar; Part Seven Provinces of Meaning; 35 A. Schutz (1945) Multiple Realities; 36 E.E. Evans-Pritchard (1937) Social Principles of Selection.
37 C.W.M. Hart and A.R. Pilling (1960) Rules Ensure Correspondence between Provinces: The Judicial Contest38 H. Hesse (1943) Insulation Makes the Finite Province Trivial: The Glass Bead Game; 39 Saint Francis (1959) Techniques for Breaking the Claims of Socially Selected Meanings: Brother Masseo's Path-Finding; 40 J. Cage (1968) Indeterminacy; Part Eight Formal Correspondences; 41 L. Wittgenstein (1921) Pictorial Form; 42 S.M. Salim (1962) Disorder Depicts Dishonour; 43 A. Segal (1971) Breach of One Rule Breaches the System of Rules; 44 R. Vailland (1957) The Racketeer in Life and in Play.
ملخص:First published in 1973, Rules and Meanings is an anthology of works that form part of Mary Douglas' struggle to devise an anthropological modernism conducive to her opposition to reputedly modernizing trends in contemporary society. The collection contains works by Wittgenstein, Schutz, Husserl, Hertz and other continentals. The underlying themes of the anthology are the construction of meaning, the force of hidden background assumptions, tacit conventions and the power of spatial organization to reinforce words. The work serves to complement the philosophers' work on everyday langua.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-302) and indexes.

Cover; MARY DOUGLAS; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Part One Tacit Conventions; 1 L. Wittgenstein (1921) Understanding Depends on Tacit Conventions; 2 A. Schutz (1953 and 1954) The Frame of Unquestioned Constructs; 3 H. Garfinkel (1967) Background Expectancies; 4 E.E. Evans-Pritchard (1937) For Example, Witchcraft; Part Two The Logical Basis of Constructed Reality; 5 L. Wittgenstein (1921) The World is Constructed on a Logical Scaffolding; 6 E. Durkheim and M. Mauss (1903) The Social Genesis of Logical Operations.

7 E.E. Evans-Pritchard (1949) 'Where the Women are, the Cattle are not'8 J.C. Faris (1968) 'Occasions' and' Non-Occasions'; 9 E. Husserl (1929 and 1907) The Essence of Redness; 10 G. Lienhardt (1961) Configurations of Colour Structure the Diverse Field of Experience; Part Three Orientations in Time and Space; 11 E. Husserl (1905) Lived Experiences of Time; 12 E.E. Evans-Pritchard (1940) Time is not a Continuum; 13 J.A. Roth (1963) Benchmarks; 14 H. Garfinkel (1967) Time Structures the Biography and Prospects of a Situation; 15 J. Cage (1968) Musical Time and Other Time.

16 M.L.J. Abercrombie (1971) Face to Face17 L. Marshall (1960) Each Side of the Fire; 18 P. Bourdieu (1971) The Berber House; 19 P. Gidal (1971) Eight Hours or Three Minutes; Part Four Physical Nature Assigned to Classes and Held to Them by Rules; 20 Mr Justice Ormrod (1971) Sex; 21 R. Hertz (1909) The Hands; 22 F. Steiner (1956) The Head; 23 Mrs Humphry (1897) The Laugh; 24 S.J. Tambiah (1969) Classification of Animals in Thailand; 25 R. Bulmer (1967) Why the Cassowary is not a Bird; Part Five The limits of Knowledge; 26 E. Husserl (1907) The Possibility of Cognition.

27 L. Wittgenstein (1921) The Limits of my Language mean the Limits of my World28 B. Bernstein (1971) The Limits of my Language are Social; Part Six Interpenetration of Meanings; 29 D.R. Venables and R.E. Clifford (1957) Academic Dress; 30 T. Wolfe (1968) Shiny Black Shoes; 31 L. Wittgenstein (1938) Wittgenstein's Tailor; 32 Anon (1872) Etiquette: Dinner Party; 33 L.G. Allen (1915) Etiquette: Table; 34 A. Fortescue and J. O'Connell (1943) Etiquette: Altar; Part Seven Provinces of Meaning; 35 A. Schutz (1945) Multiple Realities; 36 E.E. Evans-Pritchard (1937) Social Principles of Selection.

37 C.W.M. Hart and A.R. Pilling (1960) Rules Ensure Correspondence between Provinces: The Judicial Contest38 H. Hesse (1943) Insulation Makes the Finite Province Trivial: The Glass Bead Game; 39 Saint Francis (1959) Techniques for Breaking the Claims of Socially Selected Meanings: Brother Masseo's Path-Finding; 40 J. Cage (1968) Indeterminacy; Part Eight Formal Correspondences; 41 L. Wittgenstein (1921) Pictorial Form; 42 S.M. Salim (1962) Disorder Depicts Dishonour; 43 A. Segal (1971) Breach of One Rule Breaches the System of Rules; 44 R. Vailland (1957) The Racketeer in Life and in Play.

First published in 1973, Rules and Meanings is an anthology of works that form part of Mary Douglas' struggle to devise an anthropological modernism conducive to her opposition to reputedly modernizing trends in contemporary society. The collection contains works by Wittgenstein, Schutz, Husserl, Hertz and other continentals. The underlying themes of the anthology are the construction of meaning, the force of hidden background assumptions, tacit conventions and the power of spatial organization to reinforce words. The work serves to complement the philosophers' work on everyday langua.

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