3 Original Research on Social Conviviality


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Wednesday 11 July 2007
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4 Economic Organisations seen as Implements

It has been suggested in the previous articles that social theory tends to interpret social reality as a collective fact imposed upon the individual, and is generally blind to the possibility of individuals modelling social reality. Thus even social constructionism, which sees institutions as (...)
Wednesday 11 July 2007
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3 A Brief History of Social Theory from the Viewpoint of Conviviality

The following is brief history of social theory, focusing on how social constructs have been seen as implements. Plato’s Philosopher-King It is generally held that the emergence of rational argumentation in the writings of the ancient Greek philosophers is linked with the emergence of (...)
Friday 29 June 2007
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2 Social Terminology: Systems, Institutions, Organisations, Services and Tools

This section on "Social Conviviality" covers social constructs from the point of view whereby they are considered to be implements or tools. In order to establish the terminology that will be used on this site to classify social constructs considered a implements, it is necessary to review the (...)