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Mind, self, and society

Author: George Herbert Mead; Charles W Morris; Daniel R Huebner; Hans Joas
Publisher: Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : The definitive editionView all editions and formats
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George Herbert Mead is widely recognized as one of the most brilliantly original American pragmatists. Although he had a profound influence on the development of social philosophy, he published no  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Herbert Mead; Charles W Morris; Daniel R Huebner; Hans Joas
ISBN: 9780226112732 022611273X
OCLC Number: 894491842
Description: xliii, 1154 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The point of view of social behaviorism --
Mind --
The self --
Society --
Supplementary essays. Social psychology and behaviorism --
The behavioristic significance of attitudes --
The behavioristic significance of gestures --
Rise of parallelism in psychology --
Parallelism and the ambiguity of "consciousness" --
The program of behaviorism --
Wundt and the concept of the gesture --
Imitation and the origin of language --
The vocal gesture and the significant symbol --
Thought, communication, and the significant symbol --
Meaning --
Universality --
The nature of reflective intelligence --
Behaviorism, Watsonism, and reflection --
Behaviorism and psychological parallelism --
Mind and the symbol --
The relation of mind to response and environment --
The self and the organism --
The background of the genesis of the self --
Play, the game, and the generalized other --
The self and the subjective --
The "I" and the "me" --
Social attitudes and the physical world --
Mind as the individual importation of the social process --
The "I" and the "me" as phases of the self --
The realization of the self in the social situation --
The contributions of the "me" and the "I" --
The social creativity of the emergent self --
A contrast of individualistic and social theories of the self --
The basis of human society : man and the insects --
The basis of human society : man and the vertebrates --
Organism, community, and environment --
The social foundations and functions of thought and communication --
The community and the institution --
The fusion of the "I" and the "me" in social activities --
Democracy and universality in society --
Further consideration of religious and economic attitudes --
The nature of sympathy --
Conflict and integration --
The functions of personality and reason in social organization --
Obstacles and promises in the development of the ideal society --
Summary and conclusion --
The function of imagery in conduct --
The biologic individual --
The self and the process of reflection --
Fragments on ethics.
Other Titles: Mind, self & society.
Responsibility: George Herbert Mead ; edited by Charles W. Morris ; annotated edition by Daniel R. Huebner and Hans Joas.
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